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Nooruddin Azizi Reveals Plans for Afghan Trade Exhibition in Tashkent

Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce, Nooruddin Azizi, announced that an exhibition is set to be held in Uzbekistan within the next month.

Nooruddin Azizi told TOLOnews that around 250 Afghan traders are expected to participate in this exhibition.

Nooruddin Azizi also added that other exhibitions will also be held in Kazakhstan and Russia.

The Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce said: "Our next exhibition, Inshallah, is aimed for Uzbekistan. We are in the process; the exact date is not yet known. Perhaps within a month. Our effort is to transport Afghan products via land routes and have a very large exhibition in Tashkent."

He also mentioned that during his visit to Tatarstan, he met with high-ranking Russian officials and discussed the country's investments in various sectors, increasing trade between Kabul and Moscow, and resolving trade challenges.

Nooruddin Azizi said: "Russia is ready to invest in Kabul’s water projects, including the Shahtoot Dam, Panjshir water, and other dams to inject water into Kabul."

The acting Minister of Industry and Commerce added that efforts are being made to increase Afghanistan's trade through the Chabahar port, and discussions have been held to reduce the cost of transporting Afghan goods to Central Asian countries.

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce and Investment stated that developing Afghanistan's trade relations with regional countries plays a significant role in increasing the country's exports.

Mohammad Younus Momand, the first deputy of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said: "It should be for Afghan products and productions so that our traders can get booths there and participate. If the exhibition is organized this way, it will certainly help a lot in the growth of our exports and production."

In the past three years, the acting Minister of Industry and Commerce has traveled to Central Asian countries, including Russia, China, Iran, and Pakistan, to improve Afghanistan’s trade relations with other countries.

Nooruddin Azizi Reveals Plans for Afghan Trade Exhibition in Tashkent

Nooruddin Azizi told TOLOnews that around 250 Afghan traders are expected to participate in this exhibition.

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Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce, Nooruddin Azizi, announced that an exhibition is set to be held in Uzbekistan within the next month.

Nooruddin Azizi told TOLOnews that around 250 Afghan traders are expected to participate in this exhibition.

Nooruddin Azizi also added that other exhibitions will also be held in Kazakhstan and Russia.

The Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce said: "Our next exhibition, Inshallah, is aimed for Uzbekistan. We are in the process; the exact date is not yet known. Perhaps within a month. Our effort is to transport Afghan products via land routes and have a very large exhibition in Tashkent."

He also mentioned that during his visit to Tatarstan, he met with high-ranking Russian officials and discussed the country's investments in various sectors, increasing trade between Kabul and Moscow, and resolving trade challenges.

Nooruddin Azizi said: "Russia is ready to invest in Kabul’s water projects, including the Shahtoot Dam, Panjshir water, and other dams to inject water into Kabul."

The acting Minister of Industry and Commerce added that efforts are being made to increase Afghanistan's trade through the Chabahar port, and discussions have been held to reduce the cost of transporting Afghan goods to Central Asian countries.

Meanwhile, the Chamber of Commerce and Investment stated that developing Afghanistan's trade relations with regional countries plays a significant role in increasing the country's exports.

Mohammad Younus Momand, the first deputy of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment, said: "It should be for Afghan products and productions so that our traders can get booths there and participate. If the exhibition is organized this way, it will certainly help a lot in the growth of our exports and production."

In the past three years, the acting Minister of Industry and Commerce has traveled to Central Asian countries, including Russia, China, Iran, and Pakistan, to improve Afghanistan’s trade relations with other countries.

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