Afghanistan

No more need you Pakistan

Mar 1, 2017

Sometimes the feeling of having six neighbors lead us toward optimism, and cheerfully transport feelings of joys and happiness that Afghanistan would never face problem in every areas, especially in transit routes because we are rich in neighbors. At the same time when looking at the current juncture, we dishearten with the behavior of one neighbor, none other than Pakistan that has been remained in perpetual hostility with Afghanistan since longtime. Wish we could have five neighbors; at least there would be an environment of serenity. When anything awful took place in Pakistan, the military establishment of the country pressurizes Afghans living there. Also create huge obstacles ahead of business via closing transit routes. Reopening of crossing points is a very much essential as hundreds of stranded goods trucks are near to fritter away. It also sustains billion of losses to the transport and owners on the both sides. However, there is no worry; because doing commerce with Pakistan has been declined dramatically, and using only 20 percent of Pakistan soil as transit routes—a move could come to a zero point soon if such disorders persist.

Read more at: http://afghanistantimes.af/editorial-no-more-need-you-pakistan/

Afghanistan Times, February 28, 2017

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