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Infrastructure Projects to Start in 2024: Islamic Emirate

The Islamic Emirate said that efforts are being made to start the work of some infrastructure projects in the country in 2024.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, told TOLOnews that the construction of the Wakhan Corridor with China, the start of the Trans-Afghan project and the extraction of more mines in the country are among the major goals of the Islamic Emirate this year.

According to the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, many infrastructure projects are under construction this year, some of which will be completed and the work of some other projects will begin.

Mujahid said: “One of our great economic goals is to connect Wakhan with China. Second, there is hope that the practical work on the Trans-Afghan railway will begin next spring, and also in our mines sector, we will return from the exploration stage to the extraction stage, especially in the oil sector.”

The Ministry of Economy said that the general goal of implementing new infrastructure projects and half-finished projects is to provide work for people and achieve self-sufficiency.

The deputy minister of Economy, Abdul Latif Nazari, in this regard said: “Our goal is to create employment for our people and create a platform for the economic growth and development of Afghanistan for the country's self-sufficiency.”

Some economic analysts said that the implementation of large infrastructure projects in the country will be effective in the growth of the country's economy.

“The implementation of national and infrastructure projects, especially in the economic dimensions of the country, can help us in a very potential and strategic way in the process of economic growth in Afghanistan,” said Shabir Bashiri, an economic analyst.

“We should pay special attention to the extraction of mines, we should pay attention to the extraction of energy, such as oil and gas, which is available in our beloved country," said Ahmad Ferdaws Behguzin, another economic analyst.

Based on the information of the World Bank, projects worth more than $4.5 billion dollars have been stopped in Afghanistan. 

Earlier, the Ministry of Finance of the Islamic Emirate has said that as a result of the consultations of the Ministry with the World Bank, the work of 45 half-finished projects will be resumed this year by the World Bank.

Infrastructure Projects to Start in 2024: Islamic Emirate

Some economic analysts said that the implementation of large infrastructure projects in the country will be effective in the growth of the country's economy.

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The Islamic Emirate said that efforts are being made to start the work of some infrastructure projects in the country in 2024.

Zabihullah Mujahid, the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, told TOLOnews that the construction of the Wakhan Corridor with China, the start of the Trans-Afghan project and the extraction of more mines in the country are among the major goals of the Islamic Emirate this year.

According to the spokesman of the Islamic Emirate, many infrastructure projects are under construction this year, some of which will be completed and the work of some other projects will begin.

Mujahid said: “One of our great economic goals is to connect Wakhan with China. Second, there is hope that the practical work on the Trans-Afghan railway will begin next spring, and also in our mines sector, we will return from the exploration stage to the extraction stage, especially in the oil sector.”

The Ministry of Economy said that the general goal of implementing new infrastructure projects and half-finished projects is to provide work for people and achieve self-sufficiency.

The deputy minister of Economy, Abdul Latif Nazari, in this regard said: “Our goal is to create employment for our people and create a platform for the economic growth and development of Afghanistan for the country's self-sufficiency.”

Some economic analysts said that the implementation of large infrastructure projects in the country will be effective in the growth of the country's economy.

“The implementation of national and infrastructure projects, especially in the economic dimensions of the country, can help us in a very potential and strategic way in the process of economic growth in Afghanistan,” said Shabir Bashiri, an economic analyst.

“We should pay special attention to the extraction of mines, we should pay attention to the extraction of energy, such as oil and gas, which is available in our beloved country," said Ahmad Ferdaws Behguzin, another economic analyst.

Based on the information of the World Bank, projects worth more than $4.5 billion dollars have been stopped in Afghanistan. 

Earlier, the Ministry of Finance of the Islamic Emirate has said that as a result of the consultations of the Ministry with the World Bank, the work of 45 half-finished projects will be resumed this year by the World Bank.

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