Inter-ministerial Investment Committee Holds Regular Meeting

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Wed, Jun 12 2024 3:23 PM
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On June 11, the regular meeting of the Inter-ministerial Investment Committee was convened to discuss several projects presented by the private sector, in line with the agenda. The committee reviewed plans to supply electricity to Mori Chak village in Bala Marghab district of Badghis province, construct a commercial market and underground road in Jalalabad city, and develop the Bam Herat entertainment complex in Herat province. Following comprehensive discussions, the plan to construct a commercial market and underground road on municipal land in Bazazai Square, Jalalabad city, was approved. Committees were assigned the task of holding meetings with the companies presenting the plans for supplying electricity to Mori Chak village and building the Bam Herat entertainment complex. These committees are responsible for evaluating the financial, economic, and technical aspects of the proposals and submitting their reports to the committee for further consideration.

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