Around 9,220 metric tons of wheat has set sail from India for Afghanistan via the Chabahar Port today.
The ‘humanitarian gesture’ is aimed at reducing Afghanistan’s food insecurity during the COVID-19 pandemic and is part of a ‘gift’ of 75,000 metric tons of wheat from India to the country, revealed the Indian embassy in Kabul.
So far, 30,000 metric tons have already been sent and the remaining will follow in the coming weeks.
The current consignment consists of 401 containers that left from Kandla Port located in the western state of Gujarat in India.
It will land in Iran’s Chabahar port from where it will be transported overland to Afghanistan.
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