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Afghan, Indian officials discuss air trade

AT-KABUL: Afghan and Indian officials talked on a joint procedure based on which, the air trade would be accelerated.

Deputy foreign minister Nasir Andisha in meeting with Indian ambassador Manpreet Vohra also discussed the increase of export-import between the two countries through air transport, quality of the goods and facilities for custom duties and encouraging private sector to take more part in this regard.

As a landlocked country, Afghanistan is linked to the world markets through the neighboring countries’ seaports. The recent agreement among Afghanistan, Iran and India is believed to help Afghan business to get more access to the international markets.

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