On 18 December 2017 the National Procurement Commission approved nine contracts worth a total of more than 4.7bn afghanis,1 including one for the the maintenance, operation and management of the Hairatan to Mazar-i-Sharif railway.2
No further details are given. So far the line has been operated by the Sogdiana Trans subsidiary of Uzbekistan’s national railway UTY under an initial contract awarded in July 2011 and then a three-contract awarded March 2015.
- President Ghani approves new contracts worth 4.7 billion Afghanis, Khaama Press, 19 December 2017 ↩
- کمیسیون تدارکات ملی، ۹ قرارداد را به ارزش بیش از ۴,۷ میلیارد افغانی منظور کرد, Office of the President, Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, ۲۷ – قوس – ۱۳۹۶ ↩