The Ideas and Suggestions of Marble Investors were heard

firoz_admin
Fri, Feb 05 2021 9:49 AM
الال

Policy and Extractive Programs Deputy Minister Mohammad Atiq Zaki, heard the ideas and suggestions of marble investors this morning. In this meeting, investors suggested for having more facilitation in the process of marble and contracts, and also talked about the existing challenges toward them.

During the meeting, the problems, suggestions and the ideas of the investors were heard. And it was decided to analyze their problems for better consideration and the next steps will take place according to the principles.

At the end of the meeting, Mr. Zaki, Deputy Minister of Policy and Extractive Programs of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, talked to attract investment to marble, finding international market and explained the process of marble extraction for carrying more facilities for national and international investors. And also, modified the legal framework of the country’s extractive industries sector to facilitate investment and create job opportunities.

Latest news

Thu, Feb 18 2021 9:07 AM
Background image

Muhammad Atiq Zaki: The Ministry’s New Formation Provides Broad Opportunities for Those Women Who are specialized in Mining Activities

Deputy Minister of Policies and the Extractive Programs of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, Muhammad Atiq Zaki, spoke in the meeting of unite coordination organized by the gender. . .

Tue, Feb 16 2021 8:26 AM
Background image

Muhammad Atiq Zaki: In Democratic Systems, Access to Information is one of the Most Important Elements of Good Governance

Public awareness program about Access to Information was attended by Mohammad Atiq Zaki, Deputy Minister of Policy and extracting programs of the MoMP, Hamdullah Arbab, the Commissioner. . .

Fri, Feb 05 2021 9:49 AM
Background image

The Ideas and Suggestions of Marble Investors were heard

Policy and Extractive Programs Deputy Minister Mohammad Atiq Zaki, heard the ideas and suggestions of marble investors this morning. In this meeting, investors suggested for having more. . .

BACK TO NEWS