A representative for the Afghan Foreign Ministry, Ahmad Shekib Mustaghni said that Pakistani military assignment is set to visit Kabul on Tuesday for chats with Afghan authorities.
Mustaghni said the authorities from the Ministry of Defense of both nations will examine normal dangers, the battle against revolt and different issues, reports Tolo News.
Amid the visit, the authorities will likewise set a date for the following meeting between the two sides.
The meeting comes after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in a meeting with a Pakistani media outlet said his nation's most serious issue is the state-to-state association with Islamabad.
On being asked whether he thought state-to-state connection issues with Pakistan was a more serious issue than that of the Taliban, Al-Qaeda or other terrorist bunches.
Ghani answered, "Yes, completely. Those are dangers. This is a basic arrangement (to those dangers) in light of the fact that there are havens. Will anyone deny that there are Taliban workplaces in Quetta? You run and meeting with them; on the off chance that you need the locations, I will give all of you the locations… Obviously, I can give you the locations. Our corps leader went and gave, and requested that take a ride corps administrator of Quetta to give them the locations. They are straightforwardly enlisting. They are financed. Their logistic and supplies, and asylum is against universal standards."
"Trust should be set up. We should be guaranteed that Pakistan is not going to offer asylum to gatherings whose point is (to) oust of a real government. You can't have it both ways. We attempted that. I defeated years of doubt, years of strife; I accompanied a receptive outlook and an open heart," he included.
Taking after the improvement, Sartaj Aziz, the counselor to Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs said that Islamabad will convey the Taliban to the tables of transactions in the up and coming a few weeks.