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Kabul’s newly-reconstructed roads inaugurated

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Kabul’s newly-reconstructed roads inaugurated

Acting Mayor Abdul Ahad Wahid inaugurated the newly-reconstructed roads in capital Kabul on Monday.

Funded by the World Bank, the roads measuring three kilometers were reconstructed at a cost of USD 1.7mn.

The two-kilometer road was constructed from Masood Square up to Abdul Haq Square and the one-kilometer road was construed between Macro Rayan residential blocks.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Mayor Abdul Wahid said the Sello Road would also be reconstructed and asphalted in a couple of weeks.


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