According to details, Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan Muhammad Sadiq said in a message on social networking site Twitter that Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi announced that Pakistan would provide relief goods worth Rs during his visit to Kabul 5 billion to Afghanistan. These will include medicine and food.
Pakistan’s Special Representative for Afghanistan said that for the convenience of Afghans, the gate pass had been abolished, Afghans coming to Pakistan on medical grounds will be given visas on arrival. The condition of the PCR test is being canceled while Afghan traders Will is issued a one-month visa at Torkham, while the Torkham border will be open for 24-hour trade.
Mohammad Sadiq said that Pakistan would help Afghanistan commercially; the border will be open for pedestrians crossing the border for 12 hours a day. Only those who have visas will come through the wall; Afghan trucks can also enter Karachi.
The Pakistani embassy will issue a five-year visa to the businessman, while there will be no duty on fruits and vegetables coming to Pakistan from Afghanistan.
Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi further said that the Pakistani embassy had been given the authority to issue a five-year multi-entry visa. At the same time, the duration will be 8 hours to 12 hours for those crossing the border on foot, and the wall will be open 24 hours for trade.