For nearly three decades, Afghanistan has experienced only one succession of conflicts: the Soviet occupation, the Afghan civil war, the rise and fall of the Taliban and today their return. These events ruined the economic development of Afghanistan and eroded the vitality of its population. Coal, an abundant resource found in several provinces of the country, can be an essential fuel used for the production of electricity, a basic need in the Central Asian nation.
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