Pakistan decides to reopen border with Iran for trade from Sunday

Pakistan decides to reopen border with Iran for trade from Sunday

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Islamabad: Pakistan has decided to reopen its border with Iran at four locations seven days a week from July 5 for trade.

According to the notification issued by Ministry of Interior on Friday, the border crossings at Gabd, Mand, Katagar and Chedgi will be opened in the light of decision taken by National Command and Operation Center in its meeting.

 

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According to the mutual agreement between the two countries, the border will be opened seven days a week from morning to evening.

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