COAS off to Kabul to meet President Ashraf Ghani and others

Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa left for Kabul on Sunday, as indicated by the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the armed force’s media wing.

Gen Bajwa will hold a meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and other senior non-military personnel and military authorities amid the day-long visit, the armed force said further. The two countries regularly exchange allegations of instigating militancy and terrorism inside each other’s fringes, and in addition cross-outskirt assaults.

Pakistan points the finger at Afghanistan for facilitating a few terrorists groups that utilization its dirt against Pakistan, and the other way around.

A week ago, Foreign Minister Khawaja Asif said Pakistan can’t assume liability for peace and security in Afghanistan, including that successful fringe administration with Afghanistan is basic to stop penetration of psychological oppressors.

Talking at the Asia Society course in New York on Wednesday, he said the US can’t prevail in Afghanistan by taking up arms. Asif said that nobody wants peace in Afghanistan more than Pakistan, yet that various Afghan leaders need to proceed with business as usual for their personal stakes.

Around two weeks back, at a tripartite gathering, authorities of the US, Afghanistan and Pakistan communicated their responsibility regarding dispense with Daesh from the district.

At the meeting held in Kabul, they concurred on data sharing, reciprocal endeavors and upgraded participation, as per the ISPR.

Additionally, on the sidelines of the tripartite meeting, the Pak-Afghan military designations held a bilateral meeting and talked about cross-border attacks, counter-terrorism, facilitated activities on the separate sides along the fringe and trade of prisoners.