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2nd Afghan-Turk exhibition begins in Kabul

2nd Afghan-Turk exhibition begins in Kabul

Apr 02, 2012 - 20:12

KABULinfo-icon (PANinfo-icon): The second Afghan-Turk international exhibition, showcasing industry products, began in central Kabul on Monday, officials said.

The three-day event is a joint venture of traders unions of both countries in cooperation with Afghanistaninfo-icon Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ACCI). Various products of Afghan and Turkish industries are put on display at the show.

ACCI Director Qurban Haqju said 50 Afghan and Turk firms had brought their products in to the show having 15 stalls of Turkish products and 35 of Afghan products.

He said the exhibition was aimed at strengthening economic ties with foreign countries, especially with those having interest in consolidating friendship and economic relations with Afghanistan.

"Such exhibitions will increase foreign investment in Afghanistan and enhance our economic relations with foreign countries and pave the ground for export of Afghan products to European countries".

He said the Turkish products would help Afghan traders become known to new technology and would leave a positive impact on ties between traders of the both countries.

Agricultural machineries, food items, carpets, office and house furniture, electronic equipment and other products are being displayed at the exhibition.  

Afghan-Turk traders’ union secretary general Murad Aqyouzed, insisting on strengthening relations between the two countries, said they would continue to cooperated with Afghanistan beyond 2014.



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