ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has allowed transit trade and import from Afghanistan via Chaman and Torkham border terminals besides opening of Ghulam Khan terminal for bilateral trade from Monday.
According to the Foreign Office statement, keeping in view both the countries’ desire to further increase mutual trade, this arrangement will be in operation six days a week.
These steps are being taken after implementing all necessary protocols related to COVID-19 pandemic.
On Jun 19, the border between Pakistan and Iran had been reopened for uninterrupted mutual trade through Mirjaveh from Iranian side.
According to official sources, following a direction by Federal Interior Ministry, mutual trade had been resumed with strict implementation of SOP’s and guidelines.
Mango export to Iran from Pakistan had been resumed.