Afghan President Ashraf Ghani, left, gazes at locally-made vehicles as he vows to support country’s investors.

KABUL, Afghanistan – Afghan President Ashraf Ghani vowed to “address legal obstacles” on local industrialists path, as he visited Mohammad Amin Noor Company’s vehicles and Afghan Power batteries showcased at the Presidential Palace this morning.

“President Ghani expressed happiness over commitment of the Afghan industrialists to make investment inside the country and vowed he would address the legal obstacles to their operations,” the Palace said in a tweet Monday evening.

He expressed his support to the development of local industries throughout the country, calling for investors to consider environmental protection.  

“The president stressed that the government provides full support for development of industries at any corner of the country…,” the tweet added. He “asked the investors and industrialists to take environmental protection into account while recycling old batteries and running their operations.”

According to the Company’s official, they produce at least ten types of vehicles, including electric and fuel-consuming vehicles that can carry up to 450kgs.

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