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Sunday, July 22, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Minister for Mines, Wahidullah Shahrani has said that Afghanistan owns huge valuable and very costly minerals such as gold, silver, iron ore and rare metals.
Taking to BNA the minister added that geological survey conducted by US on 70 percent of Afghanistan territory indicated that Afghanistan has huge under taped treasure.
The survey conducted by the most advanced optical system also enables the government to precisely spot the mine location and encourage investment in mining field.
Earlier the ministry for mines estimated the value of underground natural resources as high as 3 trillion US dollars which covered only 30 percent of the country’s territory.
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) The asphalting work of Khwaja Dokoh road to Sheberghan-Andkhowu highway of Jouzjsan province was completed today.
Ataullah caretaker of Public work Ministry said to (BNA). This road with the length of 4500 meters and wide of 6 meters, has been constructed from development budge of the ministry of Public work at the cost of 47 million Afghani,
It should be said that this road connected the center of Khwaja Dokoh district with highway of Sheberghan city.
 

Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Hedayat Amin Arsala, Senior Minister of the presidential office chaired the meeting.
The meeting discussed the draft of the policy of mines of the country. The Minister of Commerce and Industries called the policies positive for this sector.
The member of the committee presented a series of proposal and views and while calling it as positive toward growth of mines confirmed it unanimously.
Meanwhile the proposal of the ministry of mines in this respect was also discussed.
Considering the role of mines in economic prosperity of the country the meeting assigned the members of the committee to further study the draft and expresses their specific views in this respect.
 

Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Canada will assist $ 18 million to Afghanistan for struggle against narcotic. 
According to BNA, a press statement reached from Canada embassy in Kabul says, after 2015, this sums will use in struggle against narcotic in Afghanistan. 
According to this statement, the assistance was beside $227 million dollars which this country committed in Tokyo conference for Afghanistan. 
Also the statement added that Canada wants with such assistances to support Afghanistan government toward struggle against narcotic trade.   
This assistance of Canada declared today by Jan Berd, Foreign Minister of Canada. 
T. Suraya-Yarzada