Trade with India, Pakistan likely to open the Khokhrapar-Munabao rail link

2013-09-19 00:05:48 | Al Muslim News
Trade with India, Pakistan likely to open the Khokhrapar-Munabao rail link

 

The National Assembly was informed that a decision has been taken to open Khokhrapar/Monabao rail link for normal trade between Pakistan and India. Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs Shaikh Aftab Ahmad informed the House during question hour that there are issues related to developing infrastructure at Khokhrapar/Monabao. He said governments of both the countries are working on it. He said from Pakistani side Ministry of Commerce has been designated to deal this issue. He hoped within three months government will be able to finalize the mechanism to initiate talks on this matter. To another question regarding the posting of ambassadors, Shaikh Aftab Ahmad said the government is working to fill all ambassadorial slots lying vacant in some of important capitals of the world..

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