Pakistan rejects Ghani's call for involving India into Transit Trade Route

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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Remember Ghani's remarks?
    http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/...-not-allowed-to-trade-with-india-ghani.77355/
    Ghani’s call for India joining transit trade rejected

    Agreement with Afghanistan does not have such provision, says Pakistan
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    Indx TechStyle Perfaarmance Naarmal Senior Member

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    Stupid response.
    APTTA is underdeveloped with no significant trade.
    Involving India would only improve infrastructure (like we make in Nepal and Afghanistan), higher connectivity and more trade. More incomes for pakistani truck drivers with those joker like painted trucks.

    BTW, we have plenty of other routes for ourselves as well as Afghans. Missing just one, I don't give a damn.:rolleyes:
     
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    Well having the route helps us reduce the costs and also help us develop some goodwill with the locals!
     
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    Pakistan says Wagah border crossing open for Afghan traders

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has said it has not stopped Afghan traders to move their goods to India through Wagah border crossing, days after Afghanistan President warned to stop transit facility to Central Asia for Pakistani traders. :clap2:

    Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani had reportedly threatened to stop transit facility for Pakistan if Afghan businessmen were not allowed to trade with India through Wagah.

    Reacting to his statement, Foreign Office spokesman Nafees Zakaria told media that under an agreement with Afghanistan, India cannot send its goods to Afghanistan through Pakistan but Afghanistan can sell goods to India via Pakistan.


    http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/...n-for-Afghan-traders/articleshow/54277238.cms
     

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