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Kunduz Airport Upgraded

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Kunduz Airport Upgraded

Gemeran-funded facilities worth half a million euros (31.4 million afghanis) were inaugurated at the airport in northern Kunduz province on Monday, June 11. The projects took four months to complete.

The facilities include a meeting hall, 66 containers, and a parking lot. The meeting hall has a capacity of accommodating more than 50 people and more than 100 cars could be parked at the parking facility.

Police chief Maj. Gen. Samiullah Qatra said the projects would help facilitate passengers and workers of the airport.

Having a single runway, the Kunduz airport is mostly used for military purposes and its security is jointly maintained by Afghan and German troops.


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