SAARC Chamber hails Pakistan's decision to allow Afghan export through Wagah border


ISLAMABAD: SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, an apex trade body in the region, hailed Pakistan decision to allow export of Afghan goods to India through Wagah border to facilitate its transit trade smoothly.

President SAARC Chamber Iftikhar Ali Malik said that in the wake of deadly coronavirus pandemic, it is result oriented and fruit bearing good decision to further strengthen bilateral trade relations with Afghanistan and added that Pakistan has fulfilled its commitment under the Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA).

He said it’s another good omen that Pakistan to enhance bilateral trade with Afghanistan reopened two more border crossings, Kharlachi in Kurram and Angor Adda point in South Waziristan districts a couple of days ago to boost trade between the two countries.

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