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Afghan traders seek alternative transit routes amid tensions with Iran and Pakistan

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Afghan traders seek alternative transit routes amid tensions with Iran and Pakistan

Iran-HeratAfghan traders have approached the government to find alternative transit routes to carry out their businesses.

This comes as Afghan traders are constantly facing problems from the neighboring countries, Iran and Pakistan.

Holding a meeting in Herat city, the traders claimed Pakistan and Iran are creating challenges for them by breaking the transit laws.

Industrialists association chief, Hamidullah Khadim, called on the government to open transit roads connecting Afghanistan with central Asian countries through the Torghondai, Hairatan, Sherkhan and Wakhan dry ports and reduce their dependence on the two neighboring countries for imports and exports business.



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