Why are international borders in the mountains between Pakistan, India, Afghanistan, China etc. dotted on google’s world map?


I was looking up the Khyber Pass earlier and noticed the international borders in this region are not solid on the map.


Is there a reason for this?

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Anonymous 0 Comments

They are undecided borders so to speak, and these countries timid not agree on what belong to what country, so Google draws dotted lines. I think it even depends on the country you’re in where the dotted lines are (dotted lines are drawn where the country where you’re in thinks it’s supposed to be drawn).

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