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Taliban cabinet approves higher education curriculum’s plan        


KABUL: The cabinet meeting of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, presiding by Prime Minister Mullah Mohammad Hassan Akhund, approved a solution to develop, reform, and revise the curriculum of universities and higher education institutions.

At the Cabinet meeting, the decree of the leadership of the Islamic Emirate was read declaring a delegation headed by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock to take urgent action in order to prevent the seizure of government lands and properties.

Similarly, the cabinet meeting approved a strategy prepared by the Ministry of Higher Education for the development, reform, and revision of the curriculum of the country’s universities and higher education institutions. The Ministry of Higher Education was tasked’s starting work to reform the university curriculum.

At the meeting, the decision of the defense lawyers to unite was presented by the Ministry of Justice, and due to its final review, the board was headed by Sheikh Farid-ud-Din Mahmod, the general director of the Academy of Sciences, have been assigned to the Ministry of Public Health to Start a research report to determine the consequences of the harms of using banned weapons and chemicals during the 20-year occupation of the country.

Afterward, acting Foreign Minister Mawlawi Amir Muttaqi briefed the delegation on his visit to Qatar, and give details on his meetings with representatives of the Gulf states, the European Union, and the United States, Continued positive talks with representatives of world scholars and charities.

In the meantime, Dr. Qalandar Ebad, Acting Minister of Public Health, presented a report on the Islamic Emirate delegation’s visit to Pakistan and Geneva, Switzerland, and called the visit fruitful.


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