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Afghanistan, Pakistan agree to reopen international airport in bid to stop conflict

ANSA News 24 title Pakistan, Afghanistan to reopen airport in bids to stop war article ANTA News 24 caption Afghan and Pakistani negotiators are set to agree to open the country’s first international airport, which would help reduce the number of people crossing the border.

The agreement was signed at a high-level meeting on Friday in Islamabad.

Pakistan’s President Mamnoon Hussain and Afghan President Hamid Karzai, who are also involved in talks on the issue, signed the agreement, as did Afghan Prime Minister Hamid Rasoul.

The deal would see Afghanistan open up the first international terminal in the country to provide safe travel for all Afghans.

The Taliban are the only nation in Afghanistan to have an international airport.