Saturday, 30 June 2012 00:50
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and ISAF have agreed to improve Pak-Afghan border security and coordination, ISPR said on Friday.
According to a joint statement released by ISPR, ISAF commander General John Allen called on Army Chief General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani and discussed matters of mutual interests.
The two sides expressed the willingness to achieve the joint targets of combating extremism and tarnishing militant safe havens set in the trilateral military conference, held in Afghanistan last month.
"This visit helped advance our efforts to achieve the regional stability. Additionally, the meeting provided us perfect opportunity to refocus our attention on our continuing efforts to eliminate the corrosive effects of extremists operating on both sides of the border" Allen was quoted as saying in the release.
Copyright PPI (Pakistan Press International), 2012