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Officials point to lack of refrigeration in the country

Kabul residents complain of high vegetable prices

Kabul residents have complained of the high prices of vegetables, especially onions. There, the price of onions has increased in the markets in an unprecedented way, and because of the economic challenges they are not able to buy onions at the high prices. "The price is at its highest peak, where can people get enough money to buy onions?” said one citizen.

Onion sellers said that the high customs tariffs have caused the increased price of onions in the country and they asked the government to pay attention to the matter. “We call for decreased tariffs so the prices will decrease, and our poor people can buy onions,” said a trader. “We call on the government to help our farmers and traders create cold storage facilities in districts and provinces.”

Meanwhile, the deputy head of the Afghanistan Chamber of Agriculture and Livestock said that the reason for the high prices is the lack of refrigeration in the country.

“We urge the government to create cold storage facilities in the country so we do not face import prices,” said Mirwais Hajizada, deputy head of the Afghanistan Chamber of Agriculture and Livestock.

Source: tolonews.com


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