Pakistan agreed to allow India to send wheat to Afghanistan via Afghan transporters. An official statement published by the Foreign Office stated that Pakistan had granted India permission to import wheat into Afghanistan via Afghan transit.
According to the spokesman, wheat from India will be sent to Torkham via the Wagah border, and 50,000 tonnes of wheat, as well as pharmaceuticals, would be transported from India to Afghanistan.
An official statement published by the Foreign Office yesterday stated that India should not forsake Pakistan’s genuine offer for the sake of political considerations.
Pakistan has also expressed interest in assisting the World Food Program.
India has not yet approached the World Food Program (WFP) about the Pakistani offer, according to sources. Pakistan is unable to allow Indian vehicles to enter its territorial waters.
Pakistan had also turned down an Indian request to employ Afghan trucks, which had been made. However, he is obstinate. It has taken the position that Pakistan would be held liable if Indian vehicles and workers were attacked by terrorists.