“Recently, foreign companies are very keen to invest especially in the field of mines in Afghanistan. The government must make all its efforts to ensure the security to speed this process,” said ACCI media relations officer Seeyam Pasarlay.
According to Pasarlay, a number of German, French, Russian, Indian, Kazakhstani and Iranian investors have contacted the ACCI, showing their interest to jointly invest in Afghanistan.
This comes as on Monday a high-level Russian delegation arrived in Kabul to discuss opportunities for promoting trade and economic relations between Kabul and Moscow.
Following the discussions in Kabul, several agreements were also signed between the Afghan-Russian officials.
Experts say the enthusiasms for investment in the country increased after Afghanistan formally becomes member of World Trade Organization (WTO).