KABUL, Nov. 23 – The head of administrative affairs of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, Sheikh-ul-Hadith Noorul Haq Anwar, attended the handing over of 125 ambulances purchased from Uzbekistan to the Ministry of Public Health on Wednesday.
Mr, Anwer adressing the meeting expressed that Islamic Emirate is taking practical steps to solve the problems of its people and is committed to providing the same service to all residents across the country.
Sheikh Al-Hadith Noorul Haq Anwar said in the meeting of handing over ambulances to the Ministry of Public Health that this might not be an achievement in other countries of the world, but for a country like Afghanistan, which had been repeatedly attacked by foreigners, this is a great achievement, adding that prior to invasion, Afghanistan used to compete with countries of the region in many fields, but foreign invasions and wars destroyed Afghanistan’s institutions.
The head of the administration of affairs, the head of national procurement Mawlawi Abdul Rahim Rahimi and the financial and administrative deputy of the Ministry of Public Health Mawlawi Muhammad Ishaq Asim Sahibzada also presented information about the process of buying ambulances.
At the end, the Department of Public Affairs gave appreciation to the officials and employees of the Ministry of Finance and Health who participated in the completion of this process.