Afghan-Pak Trade Will Be Boosted: Pakistani PM
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to take practical steps for the promotion of trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan, besides protecting borders, Pakistani officials said.
According to Pakistani media outlets, the Prime Minister of Pakistan was chairing a high-level meeting regarding improving existing border management system in Islamabad.
Imran Khan said his government believes in independent, but secured borders. He directed to establish a special division for border management system and instructed all the concerned departments to ensure timely sharing of information and date.
The meeting was briefed that it is utmost necessary to consolidate detail of all the people, who enter Pakistan from neighboring countries through land, sea, or air routes at one place.
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