Editor in Chief: Moh. Reza Huwaida Monday, June 18th, 2018

Insecurity Called Big Hurdle to China’s Investment

Insecurity Called Big Hurdle to China’s Investment

KABUL - Insecurity is the main impediment to Chinese private sector’s investment in Afghanistan, says the new ambassador of the neighboring country.
If the security situation improved, China’s private sector would invest in Afghanistan, the diplomat said during a meeting here with Vice-President Sarwar Danish.
The envoy promised China’s continued support for the national unity government, stressing the need for bolstering bilateral relations in different fields.
Danish called China’s role in ensuring peace and cementing economic ties effective. Telations between the two countries were growing, the VP noted.
At the upcoming Shanghai summit, political, issues like economic and regional cooperation would be discussed between leaders of both countries. He sounded optimistic about the summit’s  outcome.
Danish also referred to China’s significant role in projects such as TAPI, CASA-1000, etc.
Despite different challenges, the government of Afghanistan was determined to hold parliamentary elections and the voter registration process was properly proceeding, he added. (Pajhwok)