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Supreme Leader meets businessmen in Kandahar

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KABUL: The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Amir-ul-Mumineen Shaikh-ul-Hadith Mullah Hibatullah Akhundzada, met with a number of businessmen and officials of the country on Monday.
The meeting was attended by acting Minister of Energy and Water Mullah Abdul Latif Mansoor, head of General Administration Office Mawlavi Ahmad Jan Ahmadi, and Kandahar Governor Haji Mohammad Yousuf Wafa.
In the meeting, Shir Baz Kaminzada head Chamber of Commerce said that in their meeting with the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate, they had an extensive discussion on consolidating of the private sector and withstanding the existing problems and the businessmen and industrialists pledged to promote their investments and industry.
Haji Obaidullah, Director of Nimroz Chamber of Commerce and Industry, and Haji Ismatullah Wardak, director of Kabul Steel Iron Factory in Herat said that all traders and industrialists shared their issues.
During the meeting, Khair Gul Afghan, a member of the nationwide private sector development
shared a plan with the Supreme Leader of Afghanistan for the development of the private sector.
The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has constantly supported traders, industrialists, and investors and will address the current problems of the country’s businessmen.
Amir-ul-Mumineen called on the delegation to take constructive steps towards economic self-sufficiency and development of the country and to enhance investment in the country to create jobs for the people and rebuild the country.
The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Emirate has assured of full support to all traders, industrialists, and investors in the country.

At the end, Amir-ulMumineen honored the participants of the meeting with gifts of turbans of pride to all businessmen, industrialists, and investors of the country.
The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.