The Government Will Address the Problems of Faryab Province

Dr. Abdullah Abdullah, Chief Executive of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan met with some MPs from Faryab Province in his office at the Sepidar Palace.

At the meeting, Faryab MPs raised the province's environmental and security problems and urged the government to address the problems. Faryab representatives explained that droughts, low water supply, security challenges and problem of displaced people are among the main challenges of the province. They emphasized that drought is a major problem for farmers and livestock.

They asked the Chief Executive to help deal with these issues and ask Uzbekistan and Tajikistan to allow the Afghans get their livestock pasture across the border.

After listening to their problems, the Chief Executive promised that the government will seriously deal with the problems of Faryab Province. The Chief Executives said that they would deal with the issue at a joint meeting with the relevant ministers.

The Chief Executive also promised that he would raise the issue at a separate meeting with ambassadors of the mentioned countries. The Chief Executive also promised to get help from donor countries to help deal with the issues of these regions.