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Pakistan discusses trade with Taliban

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Kabul: According Ministry of Industry and Trade of Taliban, bilateral meeting between Afghanistan and Pakistan on strengthening and facilitating trade, transit, transportation and strengthening economic relations between the two countries was held in Kabul. The meeting was represented by Nooruddin Azizi, Minister of Industry and Trade of Taliban, Ahmed Saleh Farooqi, Deputy Minister of Trade of Pakistan, and representatives of various bilateral sections from both countries.

Spokesperson of the Ministry of Industry and Trade of Taliban said that in the meeting between Pakistani officials and the Ministry of Industry and Trade in Kabul, issues such as coal trade, exchange of goods for goods, 24-hour services in ports and transit were discussed.

The officials of the Taliban interim government and Pakistani delegations in Kabul have agreed that from now on, Afghan trucks will not be unloaded in Peshawar and Quetta, but will travel freely to all parts of Pakistan.

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