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Cabinet principally approves 1398 fiscal year national budget draft

President Ghani chairing cabinet meeting at the Presidential Palace

KABUL: Chaired by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, the cabinet held meeting at the Chahar Chenar Palace the other day, the Presidential Palace said in a statement.
Lauding successful holding of elections and people’s vast participation in this national process, the president said our people have proven that they believe in peace and freedom.
He added our people have shown resistance against threats and would bear any sacrifices in this respect, the statement added.
He also assured of holding parliamentary elections in Kandahar on Saturday (today) and asked second vice president, CE’s first deputy and head of independent directorate of local governance that in consultation with Ghazni people, to prepare the ground for holding elections in that province, the statement went on to say.
According to agenda, acting minister of finance presented 1398 fiscal year’s national budget to the session and after discussions, it was principally approved.
The meeting tasked the finance ministry to revise and proceed the mentioned budget in coordination with ministers and heads of government administrations.
Afterwards, acting minister of finance presented 10436.8968.9 Afghanis in 1397 development budget which was approved by the meeting.
Likewise, acting minister of finance and financial deputy of that ministry presented the amendments in 1397 fiscal year national budget which was confirmed by the cabinet.
Acting minister of information and culture also presented the ministry’s suggestion on date extension of holding Afghanistan treasuries’ exhibition in China which was approved by the meeting.
At the end, 9 issues on international treaties were presented by deputy minister of finance on administration and resources affairs which was approved by the cabinet.
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