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17-km road to be built in Kandahar

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17-km road to be built in Kandahar

KandaharA  17-km road , connecting Kandahar Airport to the central city, is to be built to develop the area’s transportation system.

Kandahar Governor Toryalai Wesa said the road would be completed within two years and would be equipped with street lights and roadside flower pots.

Costing 2 billion AFN, the road will be funded by the Ministry of Public Works.

Public Works Minister Ozhan said his ministry would maintain adequate financial resources this year would rehabilitate the highways in the country according to plan.

He added his ministry would asphalt Kandahar district roads next year.

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