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Afghan and Pakistani officials talk about how to transfer assets of refugees

The Minister of Industry and Trade of the Taliban government has consulted with the Foreign Minister of Pakistan on how to transfer the assets of the deported refugees.
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According to the report of Tasnim News regional office, Embassy of Afghanistan In Islamabad, he said on the X social network: “Nooruddin Azizi”, the Minister of Industry and Trade of the Taliban government, has discussed with “Abbas Jilani”, the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, about how to transfer the assets of refugees and the goods of Afghan traders from the port of “Karachi”. .

According to Afghan media reports, a delegation led by Taliban Minister of Industry and Trade Nuruddin Azizi has gone to Islamabad to participate in a tripartite meeting with Pakistan and Uzbekistan.

Before this, “Khanjan Alkozi”, the head of the Afghanistan-Pakistan Joint Chamber of Commerce, told the media that 4,000 containers of commercial goods have been stopped at the port of Karachi.

The visit of the Afghan government delegation to Pakistan has taken place while the tension between Kabul and Islamabad has increased, especially over the deportation of Afghan refugees and the “Pakistan Taliban Movement”.

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