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Several Projects Inaugurated In Bamyan

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Monday October 15 2012
Kabul (BNA) The second vice president Mohammad Karim Khalili in the company of high ranking delegation including the ministers for transport, higher education, public health, agriculture and urban development paid a visit to Bamyan on Wednesday and inaugurated several development projects.
The vice president also addressed at Bamyan university and briefed the audience about the situation in the country and after 2014, saying the achievements have made over the past decade will not become the victims of peace talks Taliban.
The vice president also inaugurated the work of Bamyan airport and Shibar two international airport which is going to built at a cost of 15 million US dollars.
He also inaugurated the 98 km Bamyan-Yakalang road and this project will be completed.
The work for solar system was also inaugurated during the visit.
The vice president also inaugurated the agriculture research farm and the building of agriculture directorate in Mullah Ghulam desert during the visit.
Iranian ambassador during the visit to Bamyan also promised 16 scholarships to the students of Bamyan University.
The vice president also laid the foundation stone of 200-bed hospital named after Imam Khumaini in Bamyan to be built at a cost of 20 million US dollars within the next three years.
He also inaugurated the work for Yakalang Township in Zarin desert in 3000 acres land to accommodate up to 50,000 people.
In meeting with the people of Bamyan, the vice president assured that Afghanistan will not become the shelter of terrorists again and the international community would continue to support the country as the commitments made in Chicago and Tokyo conference speak of the fact.
 

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