Pakistan has decided to open the border with Iran for seven days a week from tomorrow only for trade.
The decision was taken during the National Command and Operation Centre meeting held on Thursday. The Ministry of Interior in a statement said that crossings at Gabd, Mand, Katagar and Chedgi will be opened.
The notification by the ministry further said that entry of an unlimited number of trucks would be allowed following coronavirus-related SOPs and protocols.
The border with Iran was closed on March 17 following the coronavirus outbreak in Iran. However, on June 18, the government decided to open the Taftan border.