The Candidate and Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce has visited the Directorate General of Central Business Registry and Intellectual Property

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Wed, Sep 16 2020 4:06 PM
The Candidate and Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce has visited the Directorate General of Central Business Registry and Intellectual Property

September 16, 2020

Honored Mr. Nisar Ahmad Ghoryani, Acting Minister of Industry and Commerce of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, met with the heads and employees of the General Directorate of Central Business Registry and Intellectual Property.

In addition, honored Ghoryani also visited all parts of the directorate and stressed the need to solve the problems of employees and offices.

Furthermore, Mr. Ghoryani inquired about the problems of the clients who had referred to this directorate during the process of their documents. He promised to cooperate in order to solve the challenges and provide more convenience as necessary in the process of obtaining the license and during the process of documention.

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