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Monday, January 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Mines Minister Wahidullah Shahrani on Sunday said Afghanistan would not only become self-sufficient in fuel production, but would also export it to other countries by 2015. 
Currently Afghanistan imports three billion tons of fuel. 
Briefing reporters about a recently signed agreement with a Chinese firm on oil and gas extraction at the Amu Rive field in northern Sar-i-Pul province, the minister said it was a key step toward Afghanistan’s self-sufficiency in oil and gas. 
The agreement with the Chinese company, CNCP, was signed on December 28. 
The Amu River field is estimated to have more than 87 million barrels of fuel reserves. 
Shahrani said international investors would be briefed on other fuel zones in the north in summer this year, when bids for the Tirpal fuel zone in western Herat province would be opened. 
“Practical work on these two zones will also be launched in next three years,” he said, adding in the future, other already identified fuel reservoirs in Herat, Paktika and Helmand would be set for bidding.

 

Monday, January 02, 2012
Kabul (BNA) In his meeting with some national traders and leading body of Chambers of Commerce, Marshal Mohammad Qaseem Fahim, first Vice-President emphasized on timely provision of people’s primary needs before the winter season. 
At the meeting he noted that considering the people’s economic strains, timely provision and reasonable sell thereof can be workable and suitable for them. 
He added that the national traders are required to exert all possible efforts towards provision of primary needs of the people as in the past and the government is obliged to resolve traders problems as well. 
The traders also shared some of their problems with Marshal Fahim and he promised that their problems will be addressed through related organs.

Sunday, January 01, 2012
Ghazni (BNA) The water dam of Kawyan area, Deh Yak district of Ghazni province was inaugurated yesterday.  
Sultan Hosain Abasyar agriculture head of Ghazni province said to BNA, this dam has been constructed from the financial assistance of PRT of America at the cost of $ 470,000. 
15,000 jiribs of agricultural lands irrigate from this dam and 50 per cent problems of residents of the area have been tackled from shortage of water, said the source. 
It is said that this dam was inaugurated by Mosa Khan Akbarzada governor of that province in presence of state responsible and came under utilization.
Translated by Suraya-Yarzada

Sunday, January 01, 2012
Kabul (BNA) Four public utility projects that helped hundreds of families in different communities put an end to their difficulties have lately been completed in Baghlan province.
A press release issued by the National Solidarity Programmed of the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development (MRRD/NSP) said that the projects include the construction of 19 culvers, a protective wall  238 meters in length, a 10–meter embankment for holding back flooding and gravelling a 3,200-meter rural road.
The report adds that the projects were completed in Baghlan Jadid district of Baghlan province at a sum Afs 2,830,000 including 10% community contribution.
Approximate munities have been able to gain access to basic human needs upon completion of the projects.
It is worth mentioning that the work of hundreds of other MRRD\NSP infrastructure projects in various communities of Baghlan province is currently in progress.