Afghanistan Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) says that there is no concern for exporting the fresh fruits and now Afghanistan can easily export its fruits to Russia and other Arabic countries.
Officials in ACCI say that the transit problems caused by Pakistan for Afghan traders has been solved and they have found alternative ways for exporting the fresh fruits.
They emphasizes that Afghanistan’s dependence to Pakistan has reached to 20 percent.
“Currently, we depend to Pakistan 20 percent and we will get rid of this dependence soon,” said Khan Jan Alkozay, deputy of ACCI.
Meanwhile, the Ministry of commerce and industry assures that there is no concern over lack of market for selling the fresh fruits.
“We have no concern over the lack of markets. Now we can export all of our fruits to Russia, and Asian countries through Chabahar port,” said Musafer Ququndi, spokesman of MCI.
The ministry of commerce has also assisted a thousand needy families food due to the holy month Ramadan.