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Ministry: Road Between Badakhshan and China Will Be Completed in 3 Months

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Muhammad Jawad
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Ministry: Road Between Badakhshan and China Will Be Completed in 3 Months

The Badakhshan-China road work project is expected to be completed in the coming three months, as announced by the acting Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development. This is one of the 50 major infrastructure projects currently underway in the country, aiming to connect and strengthen different provinces across the nation. Associations with neighboring countries like China are believed to enhance territorial accessibility and bolster economic opportunities.

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The minister also discussed the commencement of the Qosh Tepa Canal project, another significant development effort aligning with the ministry's vision. Striving to bring about significant changes in rural and suburban areas, aimed efforts are being directed towards boosting the overall development scenario of Afghanistan.

The critical road work between Badakhshan and China is projected to increase trade and commerce, fostering cross-border relations. The purpose of this project is to promote economic growth, regional integration, and deepen Afghanistan's connections with its neighbouring countries and beyond.

Building Resilience: Inauguration of Retaining Wall

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The launch ceremony of a new retaining wall project was held in the Spin Boldak district of Kandahar. The vital 5-kilometer structure aims to prevent the annihilation of vast agricultural lands. Officials attending the ceremony emphasized the significant benefits that this construction could render to the local agricultural sector.

The project's estimated cost is above 75 million Afghani, which is expected to be completed within the next six months. Experts are of the opinion that such a defensive infrastructure would bolster agricultural productivity by mitigating risks associated with natural calamities.

Abdul Jabar Hekmat, head of the Rural Rehabilitation and Development department in Kandahar, expressed optimism about the project’s progress. He believes the completion of technical work marks a major milestone and anticipates the commencement of practical work soon.

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Enhancing Prosperity through Transparent Implementation

Saving widespread acres from water danger is another declared objective of the project, as per Mohammad Shafiq Achakzai, head of the Chamber of Commerce and Investment of Spin Boldak. This would contribute to securing livelihoods and stimulating economic development by saving invaluable productive lands from potential water-induced destruction.

The Acting Minister of Rural Rehabilitation and Development also highlighted the self-sufficiency in implementing the projects of the Islamic Emirate. The projects are primarily funded by the internal revenue, ensuring local ownership and reflecting the commitment to achieving self-sufficiency.

The transparency in the execution of such developmental projects has been underpinned, ensuring accountability and public trust. The ongoing emphasis on the meticulous and unbiased monitoring and evaluation of project execution is further contributing to improved governance and enhanced public service delivery, paving the way ahead for a resilient Afghanistan.

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