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Pakistan’s consulate in Jalalabad to resume visa operations from Monday

NANGARHAR: Pakistan’s Foreign Office announced on Sunday that the country’s consulate general in Afghanistan’s Jalalabad, which had been shut since August 30, will be functional from Monday.
The Foreign Office said that the consulate is resume its visa operations “after assurances by the Afghan government that all necessary and required security will be provided to the Consulate Generals.”
All visa applicants in Jalalabad and surrounding areas within the jurisdiction of the consulate general can apply for visa with effect from tomorrow [October 8], according to the FO.
The consulate was shut after accusations made against Governor Hayatullah Hayat interfering the visa process, which the governor has rejected the claim.According to media, governor Hayat had tried to convince Pakistani staff to change the visa issuance system that he alleged was causing inconvenience to public.
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