Pakistan Decides To Reopen Wagah Border To ‘Facilitate’ Afghan Transit Trade
Pakistan has decided to reopen its Wagah border crossing with India from July 15 to “facilitate Afghanistan’s transit trade,” said their Prime Minister’s Special representative for Afghanistan Mohammad Sadiq on Monday.
“We have already restored bilateral trade and Afghan transit trade at all border crossings,” Sadiq tweeted, pointing to their commitments under the Pakistan-Afghanistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA).
The Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs attributed this move to the “special request of the Government of Afghanistan” and said activities will resume as soon as the COVID-19 related protocols are implemented.
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