Transfer of Pakistan's First Export Goods from Ghulam Khan Port to Tajikistan

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Transfer of Pakistan's First Export Goods from Ghulam Khan Port to Tajikistan

February 25, 2021

The first consignment of Pakistani export goods was transported to Tajikistan in the north through Ghulam Khan port of Khost Province, which has recently opened to the transfer of trade-transit goods.

The Pakistani trade-transit cargo, which includes 30 tones of vegetables, entering from Ghulam Khan port through Afghanistan and the Shirkhan port in Kunduz province, is transported to the Republic of Tajikistan.

H.E Dr. Mohammad Ashraf Ghani, President of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, , emphasized on the port of Ghulam Khan in Khost province and said, this port provides the room for economic and trade growth of the country.

Welcoming the opening of Ghulam Khan Port to the transfer of trade-transit goods between regional countries, the leadership of the Ministry of Industry and Commerce positively assesses the future of Afghanistan trade-transit with the countries of the region.

Ghulam Khan port, similarly to Torkham port, increases the trade volume of the country.

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