President Ghani Chairs Cabinet Meeting

Saturday, September 03, 2016
Kabul (BNA) The cabinet meeting of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, with President Ghani on the chair discussed some key issues related to the agendas, said a statement from the president’s press office the other day.
After hearing the reports presented by some member ministers about the usurpation of the government’s properties, resolved the government’s lands should be returned and the ministry of interior should cooperate with the related organs in returning the lands.
The cabinet also said the zero points between the Afghanistan and Iran borders should be specified and a report in this field should be provided by the ministry of borders with the ministry of foreign affairs on the lead, and presented to the next meeting of the cabinet.
The cabinet meeting also instructed the commerce ministry-led ministries of economy, finance, agriculture and irrigation and the presidential banking and finance advisory for review the draft presented by the designated commission on the Helmand Bast Entrepreneur, in which it asked for beefing up in the capacity of the production from 25,000 tons to 250,000 cotton to be laid at the disposal of the Helmand Bast Entrepreneur, and the report should be presented to the next cabinet meeting, according to the statement. The cabinet meeting also approved in principal the draft of the ministry of public health about the imports of low-quality medications and tasked the ministry for managing the imperative plans and providing report to the next meeting of the cabinet, said the statement.
The cabinet besides approving some other draft laws also inked the draft presented by the Afghanistan lands administration, which asked for transferring some 400 square meter of lands in Charasiab district of Kabul province to the Breshna Sherakt (Kabul Power Supply Company) for reconstruction of power junction worth 960,000 Afghani.
The Cabinet meeting finally approved some eight international contracts, presented by the ministry of foreign affairs, said the statement.

Show More

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button