China-Afghan Air Corrider Reopen

KABUL (BNA) The air corridor between Afghanistan and China was reopened today,Monday after a long delay.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Beradar, Deputy Prime Minister of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan who was speaking at the re-opening ceremony of the air corridor between China and Afghanistan, called the opening of the said corridor a good step, adding that with the reopening of the air corridor, the two countries will promote trades export and import deals.

Without mentioning the name of any country, Beradar said that most of the time, the export and import goods of Afghan traders are stopped at the customs of other countries for days, due to which Afghanistan suffers financial losses.

Beradar said that air corridors are the only way for a landlocked country like Afghanistan to deliver its goods to the world markets without hindrance or delay.

The Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has always pushed to provide necessary facilities to Afghan businessmen and connect Afghanistan with the big markets of the region, he added.

He pointed to the access of Afghan traders to China by land through Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan and called it a historic honor and achievement in terms of easy access to Chinese markets.

He said that the Islamic Emirate is striving to connect Afghanistan with other countries of the world, especially Turkey, Europe, India, and Arab countries through the same air corridors.

It must be said that after the reopening of the air corridor between China and Afghanistan, 20 tons of pine nuts will be delivered from Kabul airport to the United Arab Emirates and then to Shanghai airport in China, and this series will continue.


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