After the tension in Afghanistan, India is airlifting the stranded Indians in the Embassy. On the other hand, Afghanistan has also ordered its goods from the Embassy located in Shantipath Delhi. It is being told that furniture and office items have been loaded into 16 trucks at Attari Border and sent to Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Pakistan has opened the border for 1100 trucks laden with dry fruits stranded on the Afghan border. Some trucks originating from Afghanistan have to go to India and many trucks to other countries of the world. In the coming 8 days, these trucks will enter the Attari border.
Pakistan also closed its borders. After this, Afghanistan's trade via road was also closed. In Ace, more than 1100 trucks carrying dry fruits and other items were stuck on the Afghanistan border. Although the trucks left before that are reaching the Attari border, out of which 7 trucks reached India on Monday. India's security agencies are taking their inputs to the center regarding trade, at present, what message comes from the center, it will be a matter to be seen.
If experts are to be believed, there may be some problems in the coming time in the trade between India and Afghanistan. Both the countries trade with each other to the tune of Rs 3000 crore. Every year about 1100 to 1500 crores of trade are done between India and Afghanistan through the Attari border. Raisins, raisins, figs, walnuts, almonds, apricots, pistachios, and cashews are imported from Afghanistan to India. After the friendship agreement with Afghanistan, many concessions are given in both countries in addition to very low tax on imports and export. Now if Afghanistan changes its name to the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan, then the trade agreement between the two countries can also end.
If the agreement between India and Afghanistan is canceled, then its effect will be seen on India's trade as well. This will not only reduce trade at the Attari border, besides, but the tax on incoming dry fruit imports can also reach up to 200 percent, which will make dry fruits very expensive for Indians in the coming times.
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