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Pakistan army chief stresses need for enhanced cooperation with Afghanistan on counterterrorism


Pakistan with Afghanistan on counterterrorism

According to media reports, Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff, Gen Asim Munir, met with Afghan Foreign Minister, Amir Khan Muttaqi, on Sunday, and emphasized the need for increased cooperation between the two countries to combat terrorism and extremism. Muttaqi is currently in Pakistan to participate in bilateral and trilateral meetings with China. The trilateral dialogue mechanism, which began in 2017, has become a vital platform for the three countries to improve understanding, deepen mutual trust, and cooperation. The dialogue this time is taking place at a time when cross-border attacks from Afghanistan are on the rise. During the meeting, the two discussed several issues of mutual interest, including regional security, border management, and formalization of bilateral security mechanisms to improve the security environment. The Afghan minister appreciated Pakistan's support for Afghanistan and acknowledged the "important role" Pakistan plays in promoting peace and development in Afghanistan. Both sides agreed on the importance of maintaining regular contact to strengthen bilateral ties and address issues of common concern.

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