Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Tuesday, November 21st, 2017

Quality of Developing Projects Should be Scrutinized; Danish

Quality of Developing Projects  Should be Scrutinized; Danish

KABUL - Five road construction projects signed on Tuesday between the Ministry of Public Works and contracting companies in a ceremony which was attended by Second Vice President Sarwar Danish, the Minister of Public Works Yama Yari, Minister of transport Hamid Tahmasi, a number of members of National Assembly, contractors and the media. Referring to the serious will of the National Unity Government (NUG) in developing the roadway across the country, especially in less developed regions, the Second Vice President said that Afghanistan would see a remarkable progress in realm of road construction and developing roadways.
Mr. Danish believed that speed in the process of project implementation, as well as monitoring and follow-up of the operation of development projects in the road sector, is one of the main duties of the Ministry of Public Works. He stressed that this Ministry had to be more serious than ever before and deal with contracting parties seriously in terms of project’s speed and quality.
Engineer Yama Yari, the acting head of Ministry of Public Works, emphasized the serious determination of the NUG in developing road projects in different parts of the country and said that Ministry of Public Work would deal with the implementation of this project with great seriousness.
Addressing the contracting sides, the Second Vice President said that Afghans expected the projects to be completed with good quality work based on the time frame specified in the contract.
He added that Ministry of Public Works would deal with the fulfillment of contracting companies’ obligation on the speed and quality of work in accordance with law.

Over all, five major road construction projects, which include Jawzjan, Sar-i-Pul, Ghazni, Takhar, Kabul, Logar and Daikundi provinces, were signed on Tuesday with the presence of Second Vice President and representatives of the provinces at a cost of more than 2 billion Afghanis by Engineer Yama Yari and representatives of winning companies. (Outlook)