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Foundation of 26 public service projects laid in Baghlan, northern Afghanistan

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Foundation of 26 public service projects laid in Baghlan, northern Afghanistan

Baghlan’s local officials reported that the groundwork for 26 public service projects have been laid in the central district of Baghlan province.

The projects, implemented by the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development, include asphalting and paving the roads, building culverts and digging wells.

Located in the north of Afghanistan, Baghlan has received minimal attention from the Ministry of Rural Rehabilitation and Development.

Rural Rehabilitation and Development Deputy Minister Atiqullah Khwasi, speaking at the inaugural ceremony of the projects, said that the projects cost more than 26mn AFN.

The Ministry has undertaken public service projects in several projects in recent months.

Previously, more than 30 projects were launched in Herat province.



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