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Ensuring transparency facing mafias’ reactions, official

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 Officials of Oil and Gas Enterprise said they were making effort to ensure transparency in the administration. 
Addressing a news conference, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Oil and Gas Enterprise, Walid Tamim said since three weeks, different teams were working to specify salaries of the enterprise’s employees and new regulations in the fields of oil and gas. 
He added we had some problems in term of revenues and our employees had been able to easily build high-story buildings with a 5000 afs salary per month, but we have created the ways to prevent such a move, through which we could triple our revenues in 1395.
He said annual revenues of the oil and gas enterprise have reached over 1billion, adding however over the last one and half a decade, the administration has not been active as it was expected.  
 It is worth mentioning that $4.5billion has invested in this enterprise.
“We are making effort to ensure transparency in our enterprise, but we have always been facing with mafias’ reactions,” CEO Tamim went on to say.
This is while that since one week, the enterprise’s employees have stroked over what they called to be oppose of their wages. 
Afghanistan chamber of commerce and industries said much effort needed to be made to control the quality of fuel items in ports.
The spokesperson to the chamber of commerce and industries, Siamuddin Pesarli told The Kabul Times that unfortunately Afghanistan has long border with Pakistan which is not controllable.
Likewise, Afghanistan’s oil and gas enterprise said many technical teams have already been sent to all ports of the country to control the fuels’ quality. Officials of the enterprise said the government of Afghanistan has asked other countries to avoid selling poor-quality fuels to Afghanistan.  
CEO of Afghanistan Oil and Gas Enterprise Walid Tamim announced on Sunday that 30 percent of Afghanistan’s consumed oil and gas is imported from Iran.
He said that Iran is one of the important countries for Afghanistan in terms of supplying oil and gas.
Tamim went on to say that the figure for gas and oil trade in Afghanistan is $4.5 billion annually, so the enterprise decided to avoid oil and gas price fluctuations in the country and earning benefit and revenue for government to enter competition with the private sector.
Nooria and Murad, two Kabul citizens said our people have always faced problems and the traders import low-quality fuels—a move which should be prevented.
Afghanistan is importing all its oil and gas from Iran, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan and sometimes from Iraq. 
Shukria Kohistani 
 

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This is while that since one week, the enterprise’s employees have stroked over what they called to be oppose of their wages.
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