KABUL (Pajhwok): The Afghan and Pakistani authorities have agreed to open bus service between the two countries, according to Pakistani media report on Saturday.
The express tribune reported decision was taken in a meeting of the Afghanistan International Coordination Cell, which aimed at resolving the issues between the two countries.
The sources said that the communications ministries of the two countries had given the go-ahead for the service, agreeing in principle that initially 15 to 20-seater buses would play on the route.
According to the sources, both sides would finalise arrangements for the bus service in their respective areas.
In this regard, Pakistan would establish a bus terminal at Torkham border point and Afghanistan in Jalalabad.
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