The market will start operating after two months, thanks to talks held between IRICA and its counterpart organization from Pakistan and negotiations between Iranian and Pakistani diplomats, an IRICA spokesman said.
Health protocols will also be preserved because of the coronavirus outbreak, he added.
The market will initially open for three days per week, Latifi said.
On April 20, Iran and Pakistan exchanged views on border exchanges, the latest developments on coronavirus, and issues related to border trade and economic relations at a meeting between Iran’s Consul General in Quetta Mohammad Rafiei and Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan.
IRICA and Customs and Excise Pakistan have agreements with which data related to customs cooperation between the two countries will be exchanged electronically.
Since Pakistan has recently become a member of the TIR Convention (International Road Transports), suitable opportunities have been provided to enhance cooperation between the two countries’ customs offices in the field of international transportation and freight transit.
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