The office was inaugurated during a ceremony attended by some senior government officials, including deputy foreign minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai.
In his speech during the inauguration of the office, Karzai said he is hopeful that Afghanistan’s relations will further improve with the members of the International Chamber of Commerce with the opening of the office.
Karzai further added that the membership of Afghanistan and inauguration of ICC office in Kabul will further help the country to gain international credibility for its products.
He said the inauguration will also help to attract more investments in Afghanistan.
The International Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business organization with over 6.5 million members in over 130 countries.
Members of this organization are comprised of the major international companies, small and medium commercial enterprises, trade unions and regional chambers of commerce throughout the world.
The basic purpose of ICC is to support economic growth through promoting trade and investment and facilitate economic services and goods in international markets.