RAWALPINDI: Two-star military authorities of United States Resolute Support Mission, Afghanistan and Pakistan convened a meeting in General Headquarters (GHQ) on Friday and deliberated over measures to effectively manage borders and put an end to cross-border firing.
Media cell of the army reported that the trilateral meeting was succeeded by a two-star Pakistan-Afghanistan meeting bilateral meeting that discussed measures to improve military-to-military coordination and cooperation. Chaman border attack and measures to curb cross-border fire violations were also discussed.
“The delegations were led by Afghan DGMO Major General Habib Hesari and Resolute Support Mission’s Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations) Major General Christopher Haas. Pakistan was represented by DGMO Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza,” ISPR reported.
The meeting stressed need to defeat Daesh through complimentary efforts in respective areas of operations.
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