Western border reopened for trade

The Interior Ministry notified opening of three border crossings on Pakistan’s western border for trade traffic.

The border crossings had been closed on May 1 as part of the larger lockdowns being implemented across the country.

Three border crossings have been specifically ordered opened for 24 hours, six days a week. They are Torkham, Chaman and Ghulam Khan border terminal. The notification says the opening is for import and export traffic and “unlimited number of trucks will be allowed per day for both Afghan transit and bilateral trade: while ensuring all Covid-19-related standard operating procedures and protocols” are being followed.


Source: Radio Pakistan

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