Pakistan, Afghanistan agree on forming border committee as NSA Moeed Yusuf wraps up Kabul visit | thecapitaldebates

Pakistan and Afghanistan have consented to frame an undeniable level panel to address line issues as National Security Adviser (NSA) Moeed Yusuf closed a two-day visit to Kabul.

Pakistan, Afghanistan agree on forming border committee as NSA Moeed Yusuf wraps up Kabul visit
Pakistan, Afghanistan agree on forming border committee as NSA Moeed Yusuf wraps up Kabul visit

The advancement comes a long time after recordings circled via online media purportedly showing Taliban warriors removing a part of the fence along the Pak-Afghan boundary.

During the visit, the NSA - who likewise heads the Afghanistan Inter-Ministerial Coordination Cell (AICC) - approached Afghanistan Acting Deputy Prime Minister Mullah Abdul Salam Hanafi and Acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi to "examine what is going on in Afghanistan and reinforcing of two-sided relations between the two nations", an authority proclamation said.

"The two sides consented to build up a public level coordination instrument for upgrading assistance at line crossing focuses and to facilitate progressing arrangements to finish up another economic deal," the assertion said which was shared on Twitter by Pakistan's envoy in Kabul, Mansoor Khan.

The 2010 Afghanistan-Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA) terminated on February 11, however the two sides have not yet agreed.

The assertion proceeded to say that the target of the visit was to talk about with the Afghan initiative the philanthropic prerequisites of the nation and "Pakistan's proposition for extending financial commitment to defeat the current difficulties Afghanistan is confronting".

It added that Special Envoy for Afghanistan Ambassador Muhammad Sadiq and senior authorities from significant services were important for the designation that went with the NSA.

Yusuf additionally held designation level gatherings with Afghan pastors and senior authorities managing helpful and financial issues.

"The visit yielded considerable results as far as positive headway on exchange help and social area support [...] the two sides likewise consented to start deal exchange, modalities for which will be worked out promptly," the assertion said.

During the visit, Pakistan offered Afghanistan limit building and preparing support in various areas including wellbeing, training, banking, customs, rail routes and avionics.

The assertion said the two sides additionally emphasized their obligation to the early consummation of three significant network projects: the Central Asia South Asia Electricity Transmission and Trade Project (CASA-1000), the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India gas pipeline (TAPI), and Trans-Afghan Rail project.

"Afghanistan and Pakistan underlined their obligation to guaranteeing harmony and steadiness in the two nations. Dr Yusuf said thanks to the break Afghan government for their warm cordiality," the assertion finished up.

In the interim, Ambassador Khan said that the NSA and the Pakistani appointment additionally visited Jinnah Hospital in Kabul that was worked by Pakistan.

"The designation saw its offices and current activities. The Jinnah Hospital chief advised [them] about moves [being faced] because of the monetary circumstance," he said, adding that Pakistan emphasized its proceeded with help to the emergency clinic.

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