Canada and Aga Khan envoysThe Canadian and Aga Khan Development Network envoys have pledged continued support to the central Bamyan province of Afghanistan.

The two envoys reaffirmed commitments during a visit to the central Bamyan province where they met with the local officials including provincial governor Mohammad Tahir Zahir.

According to the provincial government media office, the Canadian Ambassador Deborah Lyons and the ambassador of his highness prince Karim Aga Khan to Afghanistan Nurjehan Mawani discussed development projects in Bamyan province with the local officials.

Lyons said their visit to Bamyan province was focused on review of development projects in this province including construction of Bamyan hospital, discussions on priorities of Bamyan provincial government and continued development projects in this province.

Hailing the Bamyan leadership for their commitment to development projects in Bamyan, Lyons reaffirmed support to cooperate in development projects in this province, promising that she will pass the message to other development partners.

Meanwhile, the Aga Khan ambassador to Afghanistan Nurjehan Mawani explained regarding the Aga Khan Development Network’s projects in Bamyan province.

She mainly focused on the construction of Mullah Ghulam and allocation of land for the installation of solar power in a bid to help the work of the hospital.

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