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China to increase assistance with Bamyan: Ambassador

China to increase assistance with Bamyan: Ambassador

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Mar 27, 2018 - 00:11

BAMYAN (Pajhwok): Chinese ambassador to Afghanistaninfo-icon Liu Jingson on Monday said his country would increase assistance with the war-hit country in educationinfo-icon, infrastructure projects and preservation of historic monuments of central Bamyan province.

The Chinese ambassador, who arrived in Bamyan City, told reporters that the People's Republic of China and Afghanistan had a long-standing relationship.

He emphasized his country was determined to expanding its relations with Afghanistan in various fields.

He said currently two infrastructure projects -- Dara Sub road construction and Shakari valley of Bamyan, were being implemented with China’s help.

Liu expressed his satisfaction with security situation of Bamyan and added his country would focus more on various investments in the province in future.

He said his country would support a stable, prosperous and developed Afghanistan and would work more for increased people to people contact between the two countries in future.

The Chinese envoy said he discussed with Bamyan governor the preservation of historic monuments and improvement of higher education in Bamyan and would send the message of the governor and the people of Bamyan in this regard to his government.

Bamyan governor Mohammad Tahir Zuhir appreciated Chinese government’s aid and urged the ambassador to continue their assistance to the province.

He said the people of Bamyan wanted Chinese government to create a Chinese language department in the province and as well construct school buildings.

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