Pakistan broadens conclusion of Pak-Afghan outskirt at Chaman

Pakistan has extended closure of Pak-Afghan border at Chaman for next seven days.

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Pakistan has extended closure of Pak-Afghan border at Chaman for next seven days. 

Pak-Afghan outskirt at Chaman

Notification in this regard has been issued by the Frontier Corps Balochistan.

The decision has been taken to put in place additional necessary measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus on both sides of the border.

he border between Afghanistan and China is a 76-kilometre-long (47 mi)[1] boundary, beginning at the tripoint of both countries with Pakistan (Gilgit-Baltistan), following the watershed along the Mustagh Range, and ending at the tripoint with Tajikistan. This short border is in the far northeast of Afghanistan, distant from much of the country or urban areas, at the end of the Wakhan Corridor. The Chinese side of the border is located in the Chalachigu Valley. Both sides of the border are nature reservesWakhan Corridor Nature Refuge in Wakhan DistrictBadakhshan Province on the Afghan side and Taxkorgan Nature Reserve in Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous CountyKashgar PrefectureXinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on the Chinese side. The border is crossed by several mountain passes including Wakhjir Pass in the south and Tegermansu Pass in the north.

Pak-Afghan outskirt at Chaman

he border between Afghanistan and China is a 76-kilometre-long (47 mi)[1] boundary, beginning at the tripoint of both countries with Pakistan (Gilgit-Baltistan), following the watershed along the Mustagh Range, and ending at the tripoint with Tajikistan. This short border is in the far northeast of Afghanistan, distant from much of the country or urban areas, at the end of the Wakhan Corridor. The Chinese side of the border is located in the Chalachigu Valley. Both sides of the border are nature reservesWakhan Corridor Nature Refuge in Wakhan DistrictBadakhshan Province on the Afghan side and Taxkorgan Nature Reserve in Taxkorgan Tajik Autonomous CountyKashgar PrefectureXinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region on the Chinese side. The border is crossed by several mountain passes including Wakhjir Pass in the south and Tegermansu Pass in the north.

Map including the Afghanistan-China border

The border marks the greatest terrestrial time zone difference on Earth, with a 3.5 hour difference between Afghanistan’s UTC+4:30 and China’s UTC+08:00.[2]

Map including the Afghanistan-China border

The border marks the greatest terrestrial time zone difference on Earth, with a 3.5 hour difference between Afghanistan’s UTC+4:30 and China’s UTC+08:00.[2]

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