Latest News Chagai: The business of trading through the door of the zero point of the border between Iran and Pakistan in the border town of Taftan launched again on Saturday after a period of more than six months.
The Iranian government had closed the door of the Zero-Point Business July 15, 2010, after violence erupted in the Iranian province of Baluchistan Siestan. Closing the Zero-Point had caused increasing problems with people living in areas along the border between the two sides, such as lack of eatables and other items were reported.
Following the request of the Pakistani government and taking into account the suffering of people living along the border of both countries, the Iranian government has ordered police officials to reopen border trade is zero on 26 January 2011. However, commercial activities have resumed Saturday, January 29 because there was a public holiday in Iran, Thursday and Friday.
People were happy during the reopening of the commercial port and thanked the two Governments in this regard. – APP