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NPC Approves Kabul-Road Project

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NPC Approves Kabul-Road Project

Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the National Procurement Commission (NPC) approved 21 new contracts, including the construction of 7 kilometers road from Kabul to Logar province.

The Commission approved 21 new contracts having a total value of around 4.9 billion Afghanis.

The approved projects included:

  • Construction of Kabul-Logar road
  • Procurement of 10,000 tons of wheat seeds
  • Procurement of 9 various types of toilet equipment for the Ministry of Defense
  • Contract for the connection of VCN and TDF sites via NSS12 satellite related to the Ministry of Information Technology and Telecommunications
  • Procurement of 15 various types of equipment for the workshop of the Ministry of Interior
  • Procurement of 13 various types of grains for the accounts department and detention facilities of the Ministry of Interior

The NPC rejected the contract for procurement of 4 types of meat for the VIP protection unit of the presidential palace.

The meeting approved the following modifications to contracts:

  • Construction of walls in 5,000 acres of land belonging to the Balkh customs department
  • Changes in the deposits for the non-consultative BPHS and EPHS health services by the Ministry of Public Health
  • Construction of hydropower system by the Ministry of Energy and Water in Poza Lich of Ghor province
  • Technical cooperation agreement with the UNESCO for the preservation and making of documentary on Mes Aynak
  • Construction of the 4th phase of road from Shorabak of Kanadhar to Spin Boldak district

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