Pakistan-Afghanistan agree to improve border cooperation

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) General Rizwan Akhtar and Afghan Intelligence Chief Masood Andarabi have agreed to increase cooperation to stop cross-border movement of terrorists on Pak-Afghan border.

According to the details, intelligence chiefs of both countries had a one-on-one meeting here on Friday where both chiefs agreed to increase cooperation to stop the movement of terrorists on Pak-Afghan border. Both chiefs vowed to halt the use of their territory against other countries.

Earlier, the intelligence chiefs of Pakistan, Afghanistan, United States and China had a meeting where it was decided to resume talks with Afghan Taliban and to exchange information about the Afghan Taliban factions willing for negotiations.

Quadrilateral Coordination Group on Afghanistan meets in Islamabad

The third meeting of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group on Afghanistan would be held here today (Saturday).

Senior officials of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and the US, will attend the meeting.

Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz will address the opening session.

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