QUETTA: Pak-Afghan border was reopened for two days period on Tuesday following a closure of 18 days.

According to the security sources, the Pak-Afghan border was closed following the Sehwan Shrine blast on 17th of February at Torkham and Chaman. The border was reopened for a period of only two days for pedestrian which would allow the passing of pedestrian on both the points from 8 am to 5 pm.

The stranded people on both the sides of the border would only be able to cross the border by producing their passport and visa acquired by authorities concerned.

It may be mentioned here as many as 800 vehicles across the border on daily basis which include the logistic supply for the NATO forces stationed in Afghanistan, Afghan Transit Trade containers and other import export bound vehicles.

Source: Daily Balochistan Express



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