Pakistan, Afghan and U.S. military officials are scheduled to hold talks in Kabul on Saturday to discuss military to military coordination and anti-terror cooperation, Daily Times has learnt here in Kabul.
According to Daily Times, Afghan, US, and Pakistani director general military operations will hold a meeting Kabul on Saturday.
Afghan, Pakistan and U.S. military officials are scheduled to hold a bilateral and trilateral meeting to discuss military to military coordination and anti-terror cooperation.
It would be the second meeting of the Afghan and Pakistani military officials in nearly two weeks since 1 October.
Afghan Military delegation headed by their Director General Military Operations Major General Habib Hesari visited Pakistan on 30 November – 1st December for wide range of discussion on key issues.
Pakistan Foreign Office spokesperson Mohammad Faisal told reporters in Islamabad on Friday that during that meeting, the two sides agreed to place Liaison Officers (LOs) at each other’s Army Headquarters and also establish Ground Coordination Centers (GCCs).
The spokesman said at weekly briefing that during the army chief meeting with the Afghan president, the two sides had agreed to a have comprehensive bilateral engagement agenda.
This comes as Afghanistan and Pakistan joint border has changed to safe place for terrorists due to lack of sovereignty.