Qatia Statement of Ordinary and Development Budget for FY-1398 Finalized

Sun, Mar 22 2020 3:45 PM

The Ministry of Finance finalized and approved the Qatia Statement for FY-1398 on March 22, 2020.

Under the Article 5 of the Constitution, Qatia Statement of the budget for the preceding fiscal year shall be submitted to the National Assembly within the next six months. In accordance with the agreement of the Ministry of Finance and the Supreme Audit Office, the Ministry of Finance must prepare the Qatia in the first quarter and submit it to the Supreme Audit Office in the second quarter to study and audit.

According to Qatia Statement for FY-1398, the ordinary budget expenditure is Afs, and the development budget expenditure is 139.018.520033 Afs. The total government expenditure in FY-1398 is 420.182.713.213 is Afghani.


Qatia Statements are complete records of annual expenditures of the government budgetary departments in contrast to their approved budget; Ministry of Finance prepares it, and is obligated to take accountability for the expenditure and how it is explained to the nation.


It is worth mentioning that in the last 19 years, this is the second time that the Ministry of Finance has managed to prepare the Qatia statement on time.

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