GWADAR: A ship carrying 16,400 tonnes of DAP fertiliser for Afghanistan anchored on the Gwadar Port on Friday.
The ship introduced fertiliser from Australia beneath the Pak-Afghan Transit Commerce Settlement.
That is the primary time Gwadar port is getting used for import of urea by the Afghan authorities.
The chairman of Gwadar Port Authority, Naseer Ahmed Kashani, stated that with the arrival of the urea-loaded ship, the Gwadar Port had been opened for Afghan transit commerce.
“Another ship loaded with 16,000 tonnes of urea and 500,000 tonnes of sugar and wheat would reach the port next month,” Mr Kashani instructed Daybreak, including that urea consignment can be despatched to Afghanistan by street.
The opening of Gwadar Port for Afghanistan’s import and export of products would create numerous job alternatives for the individuals of Gwadar and Makran.
“We are happy to see start of trade activities at the Gwadar Port which will improve the living standard of the local people,” Muhammad Essa Baloch, who runs a small enterprise within the space, stated.
He stated the opening of the port would additionally assist the transport sector to flourish within the space and would offer jobs to the native individuals.
Printed in Daybreak, Might 30th, 2020