The Technical Committee of the Economic Commission convened its regular meeting at Marmarin Palace

Tue, Jun 11 2024 3:50 PM
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The regular meeting of the Technical Committee of the Economic Commission took place on June 10 at Marmarin Palace. The agenda included discussions on copper processing in Sar-e-Pul province, the development of a substation in Mohammad Agha district of Logar province, and the production of 40 and 10 megawatts of solar power in Nangarhar and Paktika provinces, respectively, among other topics.

Following extensive discussions, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum was tasked with providing information on the copper mines in Balkhab, Sar-e-Pul to the Economic Commission. Additionally, after thorough deliberation on the substation development in Mohammad Agha district and the solar power projects in Nangarhar and Paktika, the Ministry of Water and Energy, the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, and Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat were directed to submit their research reports on these projects to the Economic Commission.

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