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Byline: ARIF RANA
ISLAMABAD : The World Food Programme officials disclosed here on Friday that Tehran has joined Islamabad's concern that Indian infested wheat, if transported through Pakistan, can harm its crop as well.
They said that in order to address these concerns, World Food Programme will process Indian wheat within its territory and zero-infested wheat flour will be transported to Afghanistan.
Da Silva, an official whom WFP's visiting Executive Director, Catherine Bertini, asked to explain a technical point regarding Indian wheat at a press conference, said "we have taken Pakistan concern seriously, which was also later joined by Iran, and …