Pakistan-China border by means of Khunjerab Pass in Hunza will in all probability be closed for guests from tonight.

The border was opened for 13 days to evacuate containers loaded with Chinese gadgets of Pakistani businessmen stranded in Kashgar.

It is also talked about that the border has been closed given that outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic nonetheless every worldwide areas had given permission for its reopening from 29th July to 10th August.

Earlier, Prime Minister Advisor on Commerce and Investment, Abdul Razak Dawood launched that commerce with China by the use of Khunjerab Pass has resumed rapidly.

He talked about, the opening of the border was a longstanding demand of the businessmen, notably from the Gilgit Baltistan space, which remained closed on account of Covid-19.

“The team at Commerce Ministry must be appreciated for their hard work in resolving this issue in consultation with Chinese authorities and other stakeholders,” he added.

Let it is acknowledged that the border has been closed given that outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic nonetheless every worldwide areas had given permission for its reopening from 29th July to 10th August.

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