The construction work of 400-bed Hospital in Kabul has been completed, officials said Sunday.
The hospital is the main treatment center for wounded Afghan soldiers and its most parts were damaged following a deadly attack on March 8.
"We were able to successfully reconstruct the hospital within three weeks through government budget, and now it is open for patients," said Nilofar Langar, a spokesman for the Ministry of Urban Development and Housing.
However, the Defense Ministry spokesman Dawlat Waziri said the hospital's construction budget has been provided by the U.S. and a fundamental phase of its construction work is still remaining.
The six-hour attack on the Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan hospital killed at least 50 people and wounded dozens.
Following the attack, the government set a commission to investigate the incident.
The head of the commission General Helaluddin Helal earlier about a week ago said that they have found some clues regarding the involved networks, the perpetrators and those who were engaged in the attack have been arrested. He stressed that the investigation is still ongoing and further details will be provided in appropriate time.