When processing a CMake file loaded by include () or find_package (), this variable contains the full path to the file, including the file. The top of the inclusion stack is still the CMakeLists list.txt for the current directory. See also CMAKE_CURRENT_LIST_FILE. During Afghan President Ashraf Ghani`s visit to India in April 2015, he said: “We will not grant equal access to transit to Central Asia for Pakistani trucks” unless the Pakistani government has accepted India under the Afghanistan-Pakistan agreement in 2010.  The current transit trade agreement allows Afghanistan access to the port of Karachi to export with India and allows the transit of Afghan goods to any border with Pakistan, but does not guarantee the right of Afghan trucks to cross the Wagah border, and the agreement does not authorize the export of Indian goods to Afghanistan via Pakistan.  Due to the continuing tensions between India and Pakistan, the Pakistani government has expressed its dislike for India`s inclusion in trade negotiations with Afghanistan and, as a result, little progress has been made between the Afghan and Pakistani parties. India, Iran and Afghanistan have also signed an agreement to simplify transit procedures between the three countries.  Despite the explicit desire to bypass Pakistan to strengthen economic relations between Iran and India, Indian goods destined for Iran currently do not require transit through Pakistan, as these goods can be exported to Iran via Bandar Abbas, where India currently has diplomatic representation.  Bandar Abbas is also considered an important point of the north-south corridor, supported by India and Russia since 2002.   Indian goods may also be imported and transported to Iran upon arrival at Bandar-e Emam Khomeyni, near the Iraqi border.
At the southern end of the new Brahma Bahtar-Yarik motorway, the N50 national motorway between Dera Ismail Khan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Zhob in neighbouring Balochistan province will also be built between Zhob and Quetta.  The roadway will consist of a four-lane roadway that spans the 205-kilometre distance between the two cities.  The first part of the N50 to be expanded is the 81-kilometre stretch of the N50 between Zhob and Mughal Kot, with work beginning in January 2016.  Construction of this portion is expected to be completed by 2018 at a cost of $86 million.  Although the project is seen as an important link in the CPEC`s Western direction, project costs are not financed by Chinese state-run banks, but by the Asian Development Bank under a 2014 agreement that preceded CPEC and by a grant from the UK Department for International Development.  Config mode tries to find a configuration file provided by the package to be found.