The Faculty of Agriculture of Kabul University issued research results of students and professors in the agricultural faculty.
Some Islamic Emirate officials said that Afghanistan is an agriculture country, and its economic growth depends on extensive research in agriculture.
Officials of the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation and Livestock said that 80 percent of the country's citizens practice agriculture, and more research should be done in the field of agriculture in the country.
“80 percent of our people are busy in the agriculture section and we have done research that agriculture needs. If we make progress in this section our country will stand on its feet economically,” said Sadrazam, Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock Officials of the agricultural faculty in Kabul said that in the past year 70 studies has been done in various sections of agriculture.
At the meeting in which the research results were launched by lecturers and students of the agriculture faculty of Kabul University, officials of the faculty of Agriculture urged the Islamic Emirate to provide sufficient funds for them to do more research.
"This exhibition that you see is one-year's worth of hard work of our lecturers and students, and they have done 70 studies,” said Safiullah Jawhar, head of the Faculty of Agriculture in Kabul University.
“The Ministry of Agriculture should specify a budget ... and tell the Ministry of Higher Education that we have a budget, these are our priorities, let us research it,” said Wali Sallaari, Lecturer.
Meanwhile the Chamber of Industry and Mines said that industrialists must be supported to increase their production of agricultural products.
“We have good plans and views, if somebody listens to them,” said Rahimullah Samandar, head of the Afghanistan Chamber of Industry and Mines (ACIM).
At the end of the meeting, students and professors of the Faculty of Agriculture were praised for their active participation in research.
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