Last Update July 13,2020 12:43 PM
The decision was made at the request of the government of Afghanistan.
Lahore (Dunya news) – Pakistan on Monday decided to resume exports of Afghan goods through the border crossing Vah from July 15, 2020, after implementation of the COVID-19 protocols.
According to a press release of the foreign Ministry, the decision was made at the request of the Afghan government and with the aim of facilitating transit trade with Afghanistan.
With this step, Pakistan is fulfilling its obligations in the framework of the Pakistan-Afghan transit trade agreement (APTTA). Pakistan has restored bilateral trade, Afghan transit trade at all border terminals pre-COVID-19 condition, the FO said.
In a press release on, “Pakistan remains fully committed to further strengthening its bilateral relations with Afghanistan in all fields, including trade, and also to facilitate transit trade to Afghanistan under APTTA.”
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