Air Corridor between Afghanistan and India Reopened

KABUL (BNA) Officials in the Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that the air corridor has been reopened to develop trade between Afghanistan and India.

The Ministry of Industry and Commerce spokesperson Abdul Salam Jaweed announced today, Monday that a trade agreement has been signed between the Islamic Emirate and India.

Based on the agreement, Afghan businessmen can continue their trade with India through the air corridor.

According to the Ministry of Industry and Commerce trade and export of goods to India increased this year compared to last year.

30,000 tons of handicrafts and handicrafts have been exported from Afghanistan to India this year.

The Industry and Commerce Minister, Nooruddin Azizi said that having trade agreements with India is in the interest of Afghanistan.

He considers India and Canada as alternative countries to buy wheat.


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