Deputy Prime Minister and head of the Economic Commission of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar has tasked Foreign Ministry to set a deadline for Qatar for Kabul Airport’s contract to be finalized.

The news was made public by the office of Mullah Baradar on Thursday, April 7, 2022.

Based on the contract, the management of Kabul International Airport and four other airports in Afghanistan will be handed over to Qatar and Turkey.

The press release from the office of the Deputy PM further tasked Foreign Ministry and other relevant bodies to facilitate visas for foreign investors to Afghanistan.

It comes as fresh video clips from the Kabul International Airport show that the Qatar forces are busy training in the airport to get ready for securing Qatar’s civil servants and technicians the airport but the IEA has not commented on the video clips yet.

It is worth mentioning that, the delay of the contract costs Afghanistan millions of dollars while having reached the agreement millions of dollars will be pumped into the country’s national budget.