Government to reinstate the trade route from Afghanistan Wagah of traders and industrialists to welcome the government has demanded that in the guise of transit trafficking must stop.
Accordingly, the government from neighboring countries, which was closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic, which included Afghan Transit Trade The government’s economy and Wagah. Wednesday for the resumption of trading activity Afghan Transit Trade Announced restoration. The resumption of Afghan transit trade has been welcomed by the city’s business community and industrialists.
Irfan Iqbal Sheikh, president of the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said that reviving Afghan transit trade through Wagah would not only revive economic activities but also bring foreign exchange to the country.
Khawaja Shahzeb Akram, an executive committee member of the SAARC Chamber of Commerce, said that Pakistan needs to boost trade with its neighbors. He said that the resumption of Afghan transit trade through Wagah by the government was a good move but it was also important to stop the smuggling under this guise.
Pakistan has restored all bilateral trade and Afghan transit trade from all border crossings in the same way as it did before the Coronavirus pandemic.
Extracted from City42 News