KABUL (PAN): Five hundred tonnes of liquefied gas would be supplied to Kabul in an effort to bring down the commodity price to 55afs a kilogram, the Ministry of Commerce and Industries said on Wednesday.
KABUL (PAN): The Ministry of Commerce and Industries on Saturday renewed its promise to lower the price of liquefied petroleum gas to 55 afghanis ($1.1) per kilo within two days. A kilo of gas is currently selling for 75 to 100 afs in Kabul.
KABUL (PAN): Members of Wolesi Jirga's Defence Commission on Sunday said the second phase of security transfer should focus on insecure provinces, believing public support was vital to making the project a success.
KABUL (PAN): The Defence Ministry spokesman on Wednesday said Afghan forces would need assistance from the international community even after the 2014 security switch, but their expenses would be less than what the former US ambassador has estimated.