Taftan border reopened for seven days

Federal government has reopened Taftan border crossing between Pakistan and Iran for a period of seven days.

According to the notification issued by  the interior ministry, the Taftan border crossing has been opened for seven days to allow the resumption of trade activities which have been suspended due to coronavirus lockdown restrictions.

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As per the government instructions, officials will ensure the implementation of standard operating procedures (SOPs) and coronavirus preventive measures at the border crossing.

It is to be noted that trade activities at Taftan border crossing between Pakistan and Iran had been suspended since February 24 to curb the virus spread.