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  • Home Ministry of Mines

    Ministry of Mines and Petroleum. The long-term goals of the ministry are efficient management of natural resources creating stone opportunities development of national economy, and encouragement of private sector investments in minerals and hydrocarbons extraction to maximize the income and reinforce the national revenue.

  • The Ministry ofMines and Petroleum Afghanistan mineral

    The ministry of mineshas been established to check the affairs of the rich mines sector, prepare extraction procedure and contracts of mines. It is authorized to grant licenses and contracts of mines to companies in Afghanistan. However, it merits mention that the ministry has the authority to approve small contracts only.

  • Cabinet of Afghanistan Wikipedia

    The Cabinet of Afghanistan is made of the heads of all the government ministries. The president selects the members of cabinet with the approval of the National Assembly. Candidates for a ministerial position must be an Afghan citizen, be at least 35 years of age and have higher education. Ministers, unlike the president and vice presidents, can have citizenship of another country, but the Wolesi Jirga has in the past rejected ministers for the reason of having dual citizenship.

  • Mining in Afghanistan Wikipedia

    Mining in Afghanistan is controlled by the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, which is headquartered in Kabul with regional offices in other parts of the country. Afghanistan has over 1,400 mineral fields, containing barite, chromite, coal, copper, gold, iron ore, lead, natural gas, petroleum, precious and semi-precious stones, salt, sulfur, talc, and zinc, among many other minerals.

  • Afghanistan: Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Launches

    (July 26, 2019) On June 19, 2019, Afghanistan’s Acting Minister of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MOMP), Narges Nehan, announced that the Ministry had begun a country-wide survey to identify and ban the illegal extraction of major metals and mineral resources, whose value, according to the Afghanistan Geological Survey, is estimated to be worth over US$1 trillion.

  • Ministry of Mines To Re-Issue Cement Factory Tender

    16-2-2020· Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP) on Saturday said they will soon re-issue a tender for the construction of the Jabal Saraj cement factory. MoMP officials said the cement plant project had been put out to tender in the past and that an Afghan company had looked set to win the contract.

  • Afghanistan mineral and extractive industries news portal

    The capital Kabul is located in the central Afghanistan. According to the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MoMP), Kabul province is rich in natural resources. The most popular mines of the province are copper, talc, ruby and marbles.

  • Why is Afghanistan unable to extract its vast mineral wealth?

    To two groups; first the central government of Afghanistan as per legal contract with the Ministry of Mines and second to the local 'authorities' or militias," Alami claimed in an interview with

  • Afghanistan Geological Survey (AGS)

    This is the official website of the Afghanistan Geological Survey (AGS), a component body of the Afghanistan Ministry of Mines (MoM). It is dedicated to providing information on the geology of Afghanistan and to promoting interest in the country’s mineral resources.

  • Nargis Nehan Takes Over As Acting Minister Of Mines

    Nargis Nehan Takes Over As Acting Minister Of Mines Nehan was introduced as the acting minister by Second Vice President Sarwar Danish at a press conference on Saturday. “Soon she will be introduced to the house of representatives to get a vote of confidence,” Danish said.

  • Afghanistan: Land Mines From Afghan-Soviet War Leave

    Afghanistan marks the 15th anniversary of the withdrawal of Soviet troops from the country on 15 February. Among the legacies of the Soviet invasion, and the factional conflicts that followed the d...

  • Why is Afghanistan unable to extract its vast mineral

    Why is Afghanistan unable to extract its vast mineral wealth? Poor security, weak legislation and corruption plague mining in Afghanistan, investors and experts tell Al Jazeera.

  • Islamic Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Mines National

    The Ministry of Mines shall develop fair and reasonable royalty schemes for commercial mine production that are based on type of mine materials. The implementation, oversight and enforcement of royalties will be conducted by the Ministry of Mines. 6.2 Ministry of Finance (MoF): Responsible for the implementation of certain fiscal

  • Ministry of Mines Afghanistan The Emerald Foundation

    2-11-2012· The Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan has received a grant from the World Bank toward the cost of achieving Sustainable Development of Natural Resources in Afghanistan. The Project is being implemented through a Program Management Unit (PMU) within the Ministry of Mines. The Ministry is now seeking an individual consultant with extensive industry

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs Islamic Republic of

    The Office of Spokesperson and Directorate General of Communication manages this website as a portal for information from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. External links to other websites should not be construed as an endorsement of the views or privacy policies contained therein.

  • The Afghan Emerald Company

    The Afghan Emerald Company is the first ever Authorized Afghan company who obtained license from the Ministry of Commerce and industry (MoCI), for the legal import and export of precious and semi-precious stone. The company is registered with the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum, Afghanistan Investment support Agency

  • Afghanistan: Ministry of Mines and Petroleum Launches

    (July 26, 2019) On June 19, 2019, Afghanistan’s Acting Minister of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum (MOMP), Narges Nehan, announced that the Ministry had begun a country-wide survey to identify and ban the illegal extraction of major metals and mineral resources, whose value, according to the Afghanistan Geological Survey, is estimated to be worth over US$1 trillion.

  • Interview: Wahidullah Shahrani, Afghanistan Mines

    10-10-2013· Wahidullah Shahrani, Afghanistan Mines Minister, tells Down To Earth magazine's news editor Arnab Dutta how mining is set to rebuild Afghan economy.

  • Afghanistan UNMAS

    Women in Mine Action: For the first time in the 30-year history of humanitarian mine action in Afghanistan, women began landmine clearance operations on 1 June 2018. Fourteen women were trained on non-technical survey and demining techniques. They released 51,520 square metres of mine/ERW affected land back to their community in Bamyan province.