Pakistan keen on facilitating Afghanistan in transit trade, says Sartaj


ISLAMABAD: Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Sartaj Aziz, on Monday, said Pakistan needed to encourage Afghanistan in travel exchange.

“We needed to have gatherings with Afghanistan to determine the business related issues existing between the two neighboring nations, ” he said while conversing with a private news channel.

Pakistan wanted to hold gatherings with Afghan authorities however they were hesitant to think about the offer.

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“Through discourse including the authority of both the nations, the issues of travel exchange could be tended to,” Sartaj said.

Communicating genuine worries over assaults focusing on youngsters and the general population of Pakistan from Afghan soil, he said “we will make a move to counter such questionable exercises.”

In answer to an inquiry, he said “We won’t permit India for travel exchange with Afghanistan utilizing the dirt of Pakistan.” Indian exchange, he stated, was not related or connected with Afghanistan, he included.

To another inquiry, he said endeavors were being made to enhance the streets connecting Chaman-Torkham fringe for simple entry of trucks.

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