The water irrigation canal project in Parwan province was built by China in the 1970s but left unfinished during ensuing wars.
"The project in Parwan is a water canal project, built by China as aid to Afghanistan in the 1970s and its reconstruction begun in 2004 and would be completed by May 2012," Fu Guoliang, manager of the project told Xinhua.
"In 2009, our company got the permission from Chinese government to undertake this project, the Parwan project. By August, 2009, we have completed the preliminary preparation efforts. However, the land acquisition problem in Afghanistan was not settled until November, 2011. With the construction started one month ago, we plan to finish this project on May 30, 2012," Fu added.
"The completion of Parwan irrigation canal would enable us to irrigate our vineyards and farmland properly and eventually increase our income," said 45-year-old Hamidullah Khan, a native of Parwan province noted for vineyards.
"Our good neighbor China helps us to improve our living condition and increase our income by launching this project,"he added.
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