Extension of Afghan Transit Trade Agreement between Pakistan and Afghanistan

Extended Afghan Transit Trade Agreement between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

During the ceremony in Islamabad, Razzaq Dawood, Advisor to PM Imran Khan on Trade, said that he wanted to make Pakistan a hub for trade, transit and transhipment.

He said that the 8th meeting on Afghan transit trade was being held in which issues related to transit trade would be resolved and the transit trade agreement would be finalized by the end of January.

He said that at present only bilateral Pak-Afghan trade was being discussed and delivery of Indian goods would not be considered in the three-day talks.

Afghan Commerce Minister says Afghanistan wants to give Pakistan access to Central Asian states.

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