China commits to Support Afghanistan in terms of technology costs million dollar
The press office of the second deputy vice president office stated that during a meeting Mohammad Sarwar Danish with the Chinese in Kabul, the Beijing officials have pledged to help Afghanistan in the fields of education, health, culture, higher education, and technology. The Chinese embassy has been quoted as saying by its ambassador Liu Yong Sung in Kabul that the Chinese government is fully prepared to institutionalize the program. In addition, it has committed non-combatants to 180 scholarships for Afghan students for 2019.
Meanwhile, the second vice president of China has asked China to build a cultural museum in Bamiyan so that both countries can maintain their cultural commonality.