د بامیان او بند امیر تر منځ د سړک پر جوړوني کارونه روان دي ۲۰۱۱-۶-۱۰

نن ټکی آسیا، (یکاولنګ – افغانستان): د بامیان ولایت او یکاولنګ تر منځ پر ۹۰ کیلو متری سړک باندي کارونه روان دي، دغه سړک د ۶۹ ملیونه ډالره په مصرف جوړیږي، چي د جاپان د حکومت او نړیوال بانک له خوا تمویلیږي.

درې کاله کیږي چي دغه پروژه پيل سوي ده، او تمه کیږي چي په یوه کال کي به نور بشپړ سي.

ددغه سړک د جوړیدو وروسته به د سیمي خلګ او سیلانیان وکولای سي چي د بامیان او د افغانستان یوازیني ملي پارک (بندي امیر) تر منځ په چټکه سفر وکړي، بامیان او دغه سیمه په افغانستان کې تر ټولو ارامه سیمه بلل کیږي، او تمه کیږي چي دلته به سیاحت ددغه پروژې په بشپړېدا سره ښه وده وکړي.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Afghans walk their cattle along the newly asphalted section of the Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  An Afghan man rides a motorcycle along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  An Afghan man rides a bicycle along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.

YAKAWLANG,  AFGHANISTAN - JUNE 10:  Heavy equipment works along the still under construction Bamiyan-Yakawlang road June 10, 2011 in Yakawlang, Afghanistan. The 69 Million US$ project is supported by the Government of Japan and World Bank. The 90K road project was started three years ago and is slated to be finished within another year. This new road means faster travel from Bamiyan to Afghanistan's only national park, Band-e-Amir. This is in of the safest parts of the country and the hope is to expand tourism in the region.



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