Pakistan stretches from the Arabian Sea to the high mountains of Central Asia and covers an area of 803,944 km2. It lies approximately between 24° and 37° north latitude, and between 61° and 78° east longitude. It neighbors Iran to the west,
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Afghanistan to the north, China to the northeast, and India to the east and southeast along a 2,000-km, partially contested border. There is a 1,000-km coastline along the Arabian Sea.
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