Taliban sign exploration agreement with Greek

Nov 16, 1998 01:00 AM

The Afghan Taliban militia have signed an agreement with a Greek company on oil and gas exploration in Afghanistan.
A Taliban official responsible for mines and industries Ahmed Jan is reported to have signed the agreement with the Greek company, CCC, after four days of negotiations.
Under the agreement, the CCC company would soon start oil and gas exploration in Afghanistan's Herat province.
Recently, a delegation from the U.S., European countries and South Africa also visited the war-ravaged country to explore the possibilities of investment in different fields, particularly in the fields of communication, mines and oil and gas.

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