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Ghani insists on policy of ‘connectivity’ ahead of TAPI works inauguration

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President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani insisted on Afghan government’s policy of ‘connectivity’ as the construction work of the TAPI gas pipeline project is due to be inaugurated in Afghanistan today.

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani insisted on Afghan government’s policy of ‘connectivity’ as the construction work of the TAPI gas pipeline project is due to be inaugurated in Afghanistan today.

In his speech at the inauguration of the TAPI gas pipeline project in Turkmenistan, President Ghani said South Asia is being connected with Central Asia via Afghanistan after a long period of time.

He said the TAPI project shows that Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India, and other nations look at economic development as key topic of discussion.

President Ghani further added that he is hopeful that the coming generations should understand that the foundation of a major perspective that could end poverty and extremism.

According to President Ghani, South Asia aims to find ways to Central and North Asia insisting that Afghanistan plays a key role as connective point.

This comes as a delegation of high level Afghan officials led by President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani left for Herat on Thursday evening to participate in the second leg of the inauguration project of TAPI gas pipeline.

The leaders of Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, and India are expected to visit Herat province for the inauguration of the TAPI gas pipeline works in Herat today.