Pak-China border at Khunjerab to be opened on Dec 8-9 [DailyTimes] 09 Dec, 2019

The Pakistan-China border forces have decided to open the border temporarily for two days to ensure the return of Pakistani traders trapped in Kashgar province of China. According to Pakistani and Chinese border officials, Khunjerab border will be opened on December 8 and 9, during which around 100 Pakistani traders and goods-laden containers trapped in Kashgar province of China will be released to Pakistan.According to details, around 100 Pakistani traders were trapped, including goods, belonging to Gilgit-Baltistan. The matter was raised in the Legislative Assembly in the past, after which the Foreign Ministry has been approached and agreed to open the border so that to ensure safe passage of the Pakistani traders from China along with their goods.

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