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Arabic firm to improve Kabul municipality services

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Arabic firm to improve Kabul municipality services

The Kabul municipality signed four contracts on Monday with an Arabic firm, Khateeb and Alami, to improve services of the municipality.

The contracts will focus on establishment of bridges and roads, arrangement of transportation services, cleaning and maintenance of Kabul river, design and supervision of buildings and projects in Kabul city.

This comes as Kabul is facing an unprecedented population growth. The city has become home for nearly four million people. The population is on the rise as more people are moving from provinces and villages to the city in search of job opportunities.

President Ghani said a tender would be requested on an international level for the implementation of master plan to modernize the capital.


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