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.
Hundreds of Bamiyani residents staged protest against power outages from 7pm to 9:30pm in the capital of central Bamyan province
Two water dams and canals have been established in Feroz Nakhcher district of Samangan province. The facilities have the capacity
Kabul Bank’s special tribunal head Shams-ul-Rahman Shams said Monday that the government must heed the verdict of the court on