Practical work of TAPI project will begin in the next six months

Noor Ahmad Islamjar, the governor of Herat, met with Turkmen Ambassador to Afghanistan Hoja Ovezov and Mohammad Murad Amanov, chief executive of the project in the province.
During the meeting, the CEO of the TAPI project said that the practical work of the gas pipeline from Turkmenistan to Afghanistan will start in the next six months.
In this meeting, Hoja Ovezov, Turkmen Ambassador to Kabul and Mohammad Murad Amanov, the executive director of the TAPI project was present.
“We are waiting for the acquisition of the lands by Afghan government,” Mr Amanov announced the start of work on a gas transfer project from Turkmenistan to India in the next six months.
The Turkmen ambassador to Afghanistan also said that the acquisition of land should be in line with international standards.
Herat Governor Noor Ahmad Islamjar also said that the people of Herat look at the TAPI project as a window of hope and we consider this project to be historic.
“The officials of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan (IEA), in Kandahar have a special interest in this project and will appoint a special representative in this area as soon as possible,” said Islamjar.
Islamjar promised that the Herat local government would make the land acquisition map available to the TAPI project as soon as possible.
The idea for the project was discovered in 1997 during the previous term of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, but its practical work in Afghanistan has not yet begun due to security problems and land acquisition.The post Practical work of TAPI project will begin in the next six months first appeared on Ariana News.

Source: Ariana News

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