ISLAMABAD, May 10 (APP):Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Ali Muhammad Khan on Friday told the Senate that Pakistan has constructed a biggest Quaid-Azam hospital in Kabul with estimated cost of $ 24 million and another hospital was being constructed in home town of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani at Logar.
Replying to various supplementary questions, during Question Hour, the minister said Pakistan has also set up a Kidney Centre in Afghanistan adding that the hospital in Logar would cost $ 19 million.
He said country’s export and import witnessed slight increase during this years and it remained at $ 1305 million and $ 450 million respectively. In year 2016-17, the country’s exports and imports were recorded as $ 1299 million and $ 335 million, he said.
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