Deputy Prime Minister Abdul Salam Hanafi, called on domestic and foreign traders to invest in the agriculture sector in Afghanistan.
On Sunday, a tree-planting campaign began in Kabul, and the deputy of the Prime Ministers, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, and Abdul Salam Hanafi, also participated.
Hanafi suggested that investment in the agriculture sector will grow the Afghan economy.
“The Islamic Emirate will use any effort and capacity to strengthen agriculture and encourage national and international investors and provide investment facilities,” Hanafi said.
The acting Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Livestock, Ataullah Omari said that they will distribute land to the farmers to improve the agriculture sector in the country.
“Wherever you want to invest—in any area, at any point and at any side of Afghanistan—we are here to provide services to you and to facilitate the acquiring of good land,” he said.
The Kabul municipality is planning to plant 600,000 trees for the upcoming year in the capital city.