Urgent measures will be taken to address the existing problems in Mis-e Ainak project

Wed, Sep 16 2020 12:34 PM

Acting Minister of Mines and Petroleum, Mohammad Haroon Chakhansuri met with the Chinese Ambassador to Kabul Mr. Wang Yu this morning in his office.

Both sides discussed China's projects in Afghanistan Extractive Industries sector, their support of the sector and the current status of Mis-e-Ainak project.

During the meeting, both sides committed to take urgent actions and solve the current problems in the Mis-e-Ainak project.

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