ISLAMABAD: Pakistan stated Saturday that it will re-open its western border with Iran from July 5 for trade.
In an alert, the ministry of interior stated it will re-open the border at 4 crossing points at Gabd, Mand, Katagar, and Chedgi and they will stay opened 7 days a week from early morning till night.
“Unlimited number of trucks will be allowed while ensuring all Covid-19 related SOPs and protocols,” checked out the notice.
The ministry stated the decision to re-open border crossings with Iran was taken on July 2 in the conference of National Command Operation.
Pakistan had first closed its western border with Iran on March 15 after the rise in the coronavirus infections in the nation. The infection has actually for eliminated 4,619 people in Pakistan, while the recognized variety of cases in the nation has actually reached 22,5283