Islamabad: Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to conduct a geological survey on Monday at the Chaman border in order to determine the correct territorial boundaries on both sides.
According to reports, the decision was taken in a flag meeting between the Pak-Afghan officials held at Bab-e-Dosti on Sunday. Both sides agreed that the rightful determination of border limits would be ensured by the geological experts of both countries with the help of maps and Google Earth.
The tension between Pakistan and Afghanistan continues as Bab-e-Dosti remains closed for the fourth day after the attack by the Afghan forces on Pakistan.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organisation’s (NATO) supply line, Afghan transit trade and pedestrian locomotion between Pakistan and Afghanistan are all suspended.
As many as 2,000 camps have been formed five kilometers away from the border for the people who have evacuated their homes after the attack of Afghan forces, and every possible facility is being provided to them.