‘Pakistan considering to ease visa requirements for Afghan nationals’
The first step would be to make the visa process more convenient and assist the businessmen in their ventures.
Pakistan intends to ease the visa process for Afghan nationals to benefit businessmen, students, and patients looking for medical treatment. The ambassador-designate to Afghanistan Mansoor Ahmad khan presented his credentials to the chief of protocol of Afghanistan Khalid Ghatfari before he departed to Kabul.
According to Khalid Ghatfari, the program is to prioritize support in matters relating to youth activities, science, and technology. He went on to state that the Pakistani government is devoted to ultimately increase their assistance by assuring more services to the Afghan inhabitants.
Visa requirements to be eased
The first step would be to make the visa process more convenient and assist the businessmen in their ventures, which would also be beneficial for the economy. The policy was pronounced by Prime Minister Imran Khan in July.
The anticipated policy proposes long term visas being issued to people in the business and student category. Medical visas would also be a lot easier to attain for patients seeking medical treatment in Pakistan. The visa would be issued when upon arrival in Torkham, which is the main border that divides Pakistan’s territory from Afghanistan.
Apart from this, the considerate neighboring states have authorized new ambassadors a few days before initiating the Doha, Qatar intra-Afghan conference between the Taliban and the Kabul government.
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