The Ghulam Khan border crossing between Pakistan and Afghanistan opened for pedestrian movement on Saturday, after being closed for almost three months.
With the opening of the crossing, people stranded in the Afghan province of Khost and the Pakistani province of North Waziristan can proceed with their journeys.
The terminal itself, reopened on June 22 for bilateral transit trade.
Pakistan’s North Waziristan’s Deputy Commissioner Shahid Ali said pedestrians can cross the border on every Saturday while the rest of the six days are reserved for trade activities only.
He added that only the residents of North Waziristan are being allowed to enter Pakistan.