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DATE : Tuesday 16 August 2016 - 18:46
NEWS ID : 685
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Rudsar and Amlash Representative in Interview with Caspian:

More than %80 of Tea Farmers’ Claims to Be Paid

The representative of Rudsar and Amlash referred to the practical steps taken to solve the problems faced by tea farmers in Gilan, and said, “During the next week, over %80 of tea farmer’s claims will be paid.

More than %80 of Tea Farmers’ Claims to Be Paid

Asadollah Abasi, in interview with Caspian International News Agency referred to the importance of creating business opportunities and stressed that the government and the assembly should cooperate to create employment opportunities for the young people and their entering the manufacturing base.

He added, “Our most important concern in the province is the youth employment especially the educated and university graduates.

The representative of Rudsar and Amlash said, “In the towns under my supervision, the opportunity for growing rice, tea, echium, hazelnut, citrus, and flowers. One of our concerns is to address the agricultural sectors.”

Announcing that with the practical steps taken to solve the problems faced by tea farmers in Gilan, over %80 of tea farmer’s claims will be paid during the next week, Abbasi added, “We hope that %100 of the tea farmers’ claims will be paid.”

Stressing that tea farmers’ claims should be paid after 15 days of planting the tea, he said, “this important issue is on our agenda.”

In the end, Abbasi said, “Amlash higway, Polrud dam, and the oil support site are some of the important projects of our elected council, which have to be utilized soon.”

(Translating by Negar Lotfi)


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