In three weeks, an online visa service for Afghanistan will be available.

People from Afghanistan will not be granted visas on arrival after three weeks. According to Pakistani Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid, the online visa facility for Afghans will be available in three weeks.
During a press conference, the minister stated that visas would only be awarded to Afghans who have applied through the online portal after the online process is implemented.

The visa on arrival program will be phased out, and citizens of the country will have to apply in advance via an online system. In this regard, Sheikh Rashid stated that a report had been forwarded to the federal cabinet to abolish the $8 fee obligation.

According to the minister, over 20,000 migrants have crossed Pakistan from Afghanistan. “Approximately 6,000 people have left Pakistan for Afghanistan. Over 10,000 people have emigrated to other countries, “added he.
Pakistan also permitted an Afghan airline to fly from Islamabad to Kabul last month. An Afghan private airline, Kam Air, has been granted permission to fly three times a week between Islamabad and Kabul.

According to Irfan Sabir, director of CAA Air Transport, the airline has become the first Afghan airline to fly foreign flights since the Taliban took control.
After the Taliban took control of Kabul on August 15, flight operations in Afghanistan came to a standstill. On September 5, domestic flights were restarted.

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