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Thanking Remarks to His Excellency, the President of Afghanistan

13 Jun 2018 Afghanistan Times

It is an open secret that Afghanistan has been paving a way toward meeting the new challenges while adapting the new strategy for strengthening ties with all relevant stakeholders in trade, transaction and modern businesses. It is our understanding that His Excellency, the President has been looming over to make it happen while bringing changes in the relevant sectors of businesses to make flexible the rules and regulations in the export sector of Afghanistan. A special thank goes to His Excellency, the President for meeting the Afghans traders and entrepreneurs during his visit to China. Meanwhile, we are thanking to the Chinese’s investors and traders for flexing muscles in Afghanistan for infrastructure development.

As a Chairman of Afghanistan Business Council China (AFGBCC), I appreciate the commendable role of His Excellency, the President in fostering the business ties between China and Afghanistan in the current era. We believe that the Sino-Afghan ties are growing and strengthening more than ever. The upcoming trade, transaction, cultural and educational relations between both friendly neighboring countries are determined and durable. At this stage, we suggest reducing the tariffs have been creating problems for both countries trade and transaction like broken bureaucracy, visa rules, and poor infrastructures. The improvement of infrastructure via Wakhan and the Central Asia can really bring unending friendship, people-to-people ties and cultural and educational exchange programs to both governments.

We wish all the best of luck to the people of Afghanistan and China and the governments of both states.

Nasim Malekzai, Chairman, Afghanistan Business Council China’

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