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USD 12mn project launched to transfer electricity from Kabul to Logar

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USD 12mn project launched to transfer electricity from Kabul to Logar

The Afghan government has launched a project worth USD 12mn to transfer electricity from capital Kabul to Logar province.

The project is funded by the US Corps of Engineering and is scheduled to be completed in one year.

It includes the installation of 246 electricity pillars in the distance of 71.6 kilometers and construction of a substation in Pul-i-Alam, the provincial capital.

Governor of Logar province Mohammad Alim Fedaye laid the foundation stone of the substation in presence of other high ranking government officials, community elders and members of the provincial council.

The residents are thankful for the project and have promised to extend any help for successful implementation of the project.



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