The new heads of the Ministry of mines and  petroleum have been introduced

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Sat, Aug 03 2019 12:58 PM
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The head of the Internal Audit Department and the head of the Kabul Mines Department have been introduced to the employees of the Ministry by the technical DM Mr. Enayatullah Mohmand and Finance & Administration DM Mr. Sayed Mahbobullah Rabbani due to a ceremony.

DM Mr. Enayatullah Mohmand and DM Mr. Sayed Mahbobullah Rabbani both thanked and appreciated the functions and achievements of Mr. Nematullah Ghorzang, former Head of Kabul Mines Department and Mr. Mohammad Fahim Hashimi, former Head of the Internal Audit Department.

in the following of the ceremony, the DMs wished success to the new heads of the Kabul Mines department Mr. Haidar Katib, who succeeded through the Change Project and the new head of the Internal Audit Department Mr. Abdul Latif Sadra who succeeded through Free Competition process.

Subsequently, the new heads of Internal Audit and Kabul Mines expressed their gratitude to the leadership of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum and to the Government for their trust on them and promised to implement the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum working plan in collaboration with the staff of those departments.

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