Uzbekistan Increases Import of Electricity to Afghanistan from 300 MW to 400 MW
Da Afghanistan Breshna Sherkat (DABS) says Uzbekistan has increased its electricity imports to Afghanistan from 300 to 400 megawatts.
DABS stated that with the increase of 100 megawatts of electricity, the power shortages in Kabul and the provinces will be solved to some extent.
Breshna emphasized that efforts are underway with power-importing countries to normalize the electricity situation and the problem of electricity shortages.
Uzbekistan has recently cut off electricity to Afghanistan due to the technical problems.
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