WANA: After a lot of efforts at the Pak-Afghan Angoor Adda border, transport issue was resolved amicably.
The vehicles parked on both sides were exchanged, and both vehicles were handed over to their respective owners.
Chamber of Commerce and Industry South Waziristan Lower President Saif Ur Rahman Wazir said, that the Pak-Afghan border trade was suspended for the last 18 months, and due to which business activities were suspended.
The President said that due to the issue of transport between the two countries, a lot of losses had to be incurred, which affected the general characteristics a lot.
On this occasion, President said that the issue of transport resolved through the military leadership especially IGFC South KP, DC Muhammad Nasir Khan, ADC Kamshir Khan, DPO South Waziristan Lower, Chamber of Commerce and Industry including all other unions, and all these efforts resolved the issue.
The President said that we thank the military leadership, civil administration and police for solving the transport issue.
He said, the cooperation and important role of the higher officials is commendable.
He said that we are very grateful to Paktika Transport President Asadullah Sangari and his entire team from the Afghanistan side.
Who played an important role in solving the transport issue day and night.
It may be noted that for the last 18 months, the commercial activities on both sides were badly affected due to the personal dispute of some transporters, and due to which the traders faced a lot of losses.
A truck was parked by a Pakistani businessman because of personal transactions of transporters, on the other hand, an Afghan businessman parked a truck.
Ultimately, the issue of transport was resolved amicably with the efforts of trade unions at the government level.