Sunday, 21 May 2017

Islamic Culture Centre was inaugurated in Afghanistan's Ghazni province

The construction was expected to be completed in 2013 when Ghazni was declared as the Asian capital of Islamic culture by the Morocco-based Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. The building was officially inaugurated by the Afghan Minister of Urban Development and its control was handed over to Higher Education Ministry. Apart from the Islamic Culture Centre, have also been inaugurated several other recently completed projects, including renovated Hakim Sanayee tomb, land transportation terminal, 50-bed clinic to treat heroin addicts and two hostels. The provincial governor, said that works on nine projects including reconstruction of Bala Hisar of Ghazni, will also begin very soon.