Pakistan, India extend rail link agreement for three years


ISLAMABAD: The government on Tuesday extended an agreement with India for the rail link between the two countries originating from Pakistan’s southern border.

The two nations extended the agreement for three years and the agreement will now last until January 31, 2021.

The rail link extends from Khokhrapar in Pakistan to Munabao in India.

Pakistan and India signed the agreement in 2006 to facilitate people to people contacts, which Pakistan believes is essential for improving relations between the two countries, said a statement released.


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