Afghan Transport & Aviation Ministry collects over 4 billion AFN in revenue
Officials attributed digitalization of air space surveillance and standardization of revenue collection from air services to the boost in revenue.
Transportation and Aviation Ministry is the second largest ministry after the Ministry of Finance.
According to the officials, every 24 hours, around 280 aircrafts cross Afghanistan’s air space, with Afghanistan charging a 400 USD transit fee each time.
Funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), a number of reconstruction projects have been completed in Lashkargah,
A follow up conference on the promises the Karzai administration made at the Tokyo Conference on July 8, 2012 begins
Despite the improvements brought to the electricity distribution system in Kandahar, residents of the city still have complaints about power