Five agreements for development of education in India and Afghanistan

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Updated Mon, 06 Jul 2020 07:00 AM IST

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Afghanistan on Sunday signed five agreements with India to develop education infrastructure in its four provinces. Under this, India will help in the betterment of education in Nuristan, Farah, Badakhshan and Kapisa provinces.

The Indian embassy said in a statement that the agreements were under the High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDP) implemented by the Indian government in Afghanistan.

Through these agreements, India has further strengthened its development partnership with Afghanistan. These were signed by Indian Ambassador Vinay Kumar, Afghanistan Finance Minister Mustafa Mastur, Higher Education Minister Abdul Tawab Balkarzai and Education Minister Abdul Subhan Rauf.

The Government of India has provided more than $ 200 million to Afghanistan for development of more than 550 projects under the HICDP since 2005. Of these, more than 400 projects have been completed.

Afghanistan on Sunday signed five agreements with India to develop education infrastructure in its four provinces. Under this, India will help in the betterment of education in Nuristan, Farah, Badakhshan and Kapisa provinces.

The Indian embassy said in a statement that the agreements were under the High Impact Community Development Projects (HICDP) implemented by the Indian government in Afghanistan.

Through these agreements, India has further strengthened its development partnership with Afghanistan. These were signed by Indian Ambassador Vinay Kumar, Afghanistan Finance Minister Mustafa Mastur, Higher Education Minister Abdul Tawab Balkarzai and Education Minister Abdul Subhan Rauf.

The Government of India has provided more than $ 200 million to Afghanistan for development of more than 550 projects under the HICDP since 2005. Of these, more than 400 projects have been completed.

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