The Tajik ministry of energy and industry recently announced that the governments of Tajikistan and Afghanistan have agreed on terms for supplying Tajik electricity across the Panj river to Afghanistan.

The ministry said that the cost of one kilowatt hour of Tajik electricity will be 3.5 cents for Afghanistan compared to cost of Uzbek electricity of 7.5 cents per kilowatt hour to Afghanistan. An anonymous source claimed Afghanistan would start receiving Tajik electricity to Pol-e Khomri ...

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