Ministry: Afghanistan ships initial fruit load to India around Chabahar

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Afghanistan’s Ministry of Commerce and Industries announced on Wednesday that Kabul has sent a fruit load to India regulating Chabahar pier in southeastern Iran for a initial time.

According to a Afghan ministry, a country’s exports by a Iranian pier is approaching to increase, IRNA reported.

The method combined after flitting by a series of Afghan provinces, a shipment was eliminated to Chabahar pier by Nimruz Province, southwestern Afghanistan, and then, it was sent to Mumbai.

The orator for a Afghan Ministry of Industry and Commerce, Samir Rasa, described regulating a track as a good experience, adding Afghanistan will make larger use of a Iranian pier for exporting a products.

Commenting on a same issue, Afghan Minister of Industry and Commerce Ajmal Ahmady wrote in a Twitter post on Tuesday that his nation has, so far, exported 700 tons of products by Chabahar port.

He combined a nation will shortly start exporting pomegranate and apple to India around a Iranian port.

His post read: “For a initial time, #AFG exported fruits around #Chabahar (20MT grapes). Exports will increase, with 100MT of domestic products sent during past 3 weeks a sum of 700MT given investiture of Chahbahr. We will shortly start exports of pomegranate apple around Chabahar to India.”

For a initial time, 23 trucks carrying Afghan products were sent from Nimruz Province to Chabahar pier in Mar 2019.

The trucks began their tour in a rite attended by Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. They carried 570 tons of products comprising 200 tons of mung bean and 370 tons of talc stone.

Prior to this, Afghanistan’s products were sent to India possibly by Pakistan or atmosphere routes.



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