Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Shaker Sangi

Officials in Herat say: The day before, local Herat officials and head of the Indian consulate opened the Herat-Delhi New Air strike, and the first batch of merchandise, which includes 1.4 tons of saffron and pistachios, was sent to India.

India’s Conservative Comar Gurff says: “Demand for Afghanistan’s goods in India is high, and India is a huge market for merchandise, especially saffron.”

Meanwhile, Governor Abdul Qaiom Rahimi said: With the opening of this atrium, Herat exports will increase dramatically, adding: “We want to export in a sustainable fashion. In the case of saffron and dried fruit, Herat’s crops and industrial products will be exported in this way. “Ajmal Ahmadi, the head of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, said that since the inception of the air strikes, more than 6,163 tons of Afghan goods Different countries have been issued.

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