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Pakistan to Reopen Borders for Trade with China

Pakistan is set to reopen its border with neighboring China for trade from Thursday after a gap of one and a half years due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, an official confirmed.

Faiyaz Ahmad, the deputy commissioner of the northern Hunza district, which borders China, told reporters on Wednesday that the border will be reopened only for unilateral trade.

The border between Pakistan’s Gilgit-Baltistan region and China’s Xinjiang province was closed early last year, following the emergence of COVID-19.

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