INTERNATIONAL ROAD TRANSPORT CHAMBER OF PAKISTAN

Article by Maqbool Alam Noori, Secretary General Balochistan Pakistan Business Forum.

Maqbool Alam Noori secratary General Balochistan, Pakistan Business forum kech said that it is time for the Government of Pakistan to open transit trade via the 250 Border Iran, as it is the shortest route from Karachi to Central Asia. This would provide a number of benefits for both Pakistan and Central Asia.

Opening the 250-border connected to Gwadar for transit trade would be a beneficial move. It would provide the shortest route from Karachi to Central Asia, which would reduce time and costs for businesses and consumers in both regions.

Gwadar is a deep-sea port located in the Balochistan, Pakistan. It is the deepest port in the Arabian Sea and is strategically located at the mouth of the Strait of Hormuz, a major shipping chokepoint. Gwadar is also the westernmost port in Pakistan and is close to the borders of Iran and Afghanistan.

Central Asia is a landlocked region that is bordered by Pakistan to the south, Russia to the north, China to the east, and the Caspian Sea to the west. The region is home to a number of countries, including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Turkmenistan. Central Asia is a rich region in terms of natural resources, but it is also underdeveloped.

Opening the 250-border connected to Gwadar for transit trade would provide a number of benefits for both Pakistan and Central Asia. For Pakistan, it would increase trade revenue and economic activity. It would also create jobs and boost development in Balochistan, which is one of the poorest provinces in Pakistan. For Central Asia, it would provide a shorter and more efficient route to access world markets. It would also reduce dependence on Russia and China for trade.

opening the 250-border connected to Gwadar for transit trade has the potential to be a game-changer for both Pakistan and Central Asia. It would provide a shorter and more efficient route for trade between the two regions, which would boost economic growth and development.

Here are some specific benefits of opening the 250-border connected to Gwadar for transit trade:

• Reduced trade costs and time for businesses and consumers in Pakistan and Central Asia

• Increased trade revenue and economic activity for Pakistan

• Creation of jobs and boosted development in Balochistan

• Shorter and more efficient route for Central Asia to access world markets

• Reduced dependence on Russia and China for trade

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One Response

  1. Well done good article regarding start more Routes with our neighboring country to enhance our economic and Culture information & development with them.

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