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Khalili Chairs CM Economic Committee Meeting

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Wednesday, February 12, 2014
Kabul (BNA) Mohammad Karim Khalili second vice-president chaired the meeting of Council of Ministers’ Economic Committee which assessed transfer of government lands to the Kabul Municipality and other government enterprises against certain prices. 
According to presidential press office to BNA, the head of the independent land department called the proposal for increasing government income and better use of the government land.
The participants voiced their views on this proposal and it was decided that a commission led by deputy minister of justice with membership of representatives from the agriculture and irrigation, finance, urban development, land department, local organs and the Kabul municipality should be formed to review the proposal and present the revised copy of the proposal.
Meanwhile minister of economy raised the issue of Herat textile plant and the meeting called rehabilitation of the plant for creating jobs and promotion of national economy. And it was confirmed by the CM meeting and assigned the ministry of commerce and industries to facilitate rehabilitation of the textile plant.
The proposal of the ministry of mines and petroleum with respect to the sales of 2500 tons of crude oil from the oil zone of Amu Darya to the ADOTC company and it was decided that selling of oil should be placed on bidding once again while the shareholder company does not have the right to enter into the bidding and the mines and petroleum ministry should review the report of the committee.
The meeting also assessed the report of the assigned commission with respect to the order no 5636 of the presidential office for addressing the proposal of the airlines companies and the meeting after hearing of the report confirmed it. The report contained some problems the airlines companies are faced with including discount of BRT taxes.
The meeting also decided that similar approach should be made as per the Transport International Road Conventions (TIRC) with respect to all the caravans passing from the Afghan territory including the vehicles of Kazakhstan towards Pakistan.

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