Afghan traders assured of removal of bottlenecks at borders
KABUL: A delegation of Pak-Afghan Joint Chambers of Commerce and Industry (PAJCCI) called on Pakistan’s Ambassador to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmed Khan and discussed problems being faced by the Afghan traders at Torkham, Chaman borders and Karachi Port.
The ambassador assured the delegation that the Pakistan government would provide full support to the Afghan traders to enhance bilateral trade between the two countries.
The ambassador also assured them of removing bottlenecks in bilateral trade, Pak-Afghan Transit Trade, banking and Customs.
Pakistan was ready to work with the upcoming new government in Afghanistan and the private sector for uninterrupted trade between the two countries, he said.
Khan told the delegation that there were unlimited opportunities of bilateral trade between Pakistan and Afghanistan and it should not be wasted.
The delegation was headed by Pak-Afghan Joint Chambers of Commerce and Industry president Khan Jan Alkozai, Kabul Chambers of Commerce president Younas Momand, Babrak, Khan Muhammad Safi, Naqeeb Safi and Achakzai.
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