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Seven countries are keen to join Gwadar

July 7, 2021

Seven countries, including Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Qatar, Oman, Egypt, Kenya, and the United Arab Emirates, have pledged to work together to develop Gwadar. Prime Minister Imran Khan has stated that Pakistan and its neighbors want peace and a political settlement in Afghanistan to avoid a civil war that would devastate the entire region.

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“Afghanistan will suffer the most if a civil war breaks out, and neighboring countries will also be affected, aside from Afghan refugees,” Imran Khan repeated, noting that Pakistan’s trade link with Central Asia may be jeopardized.

He stated that Pakistan had made good contracts with Tajikistan and that he would soon be visiting Uzbekistan. “Because they are landlocked, they are all interested in using Gwadar deep sea port for trade,” he explained.

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