Publish dateFriday 22 September 2023 - 14:10
Story Code : 277031
Pakistan allowed the import of Afghani fruits and vegetables again
According to reports, Pakistan has allowed 200 Afghan export trucks full of fruits and vegetables to enter the country through Torkham crossing.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): On Thursday, September 21, Dan newspaper reported that nearly 200 Afghan export trucks full of fresh fruits and vegetables, which were stopped at the crossings due to the lack of "plant quarantine and plant preservation documents" by the Pakistani government. were stopped, they were allowed to pass through these crossings the other day.
According to this report, the Pakistani authorities have taken this decision to prevent huge losses to importers of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Meanwhile, yesterday, local sources in Nangarhar province said that Pakistan has suspended the import of fresh fruits and vegetables from Afghanistan to that country.
Earlier, the border of Torkham was closed due to the conflict between the forces of the Islamic Emirate and the Pakistani military, as a result of which millions of dollars were caused to the traders of the two countries.
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