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Kartarpur Corridor reopening: Will take decision in line with COVID-19 protocol, easing of restrictions, says India

DNA Saturday, 3 October 2020 ()
India on Saturday said that it will make a decision to open the Kartarpur corridor in accordance with COVID-19 protocol and easing of restrictions. It is to be noted that Pakistan reopened Kartarpur Corridor on its sides and is waiting for India's confirmation for the recommencement of travelling through the Kartarpur corridor.
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