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KABUL/ISLAMABAD: Chief of the Military Employees (COAS) Common Qamar Javed Bajwa on Sunday left for Kabul for a day go to, the military stated in an announcement.

The military chief will maintain a gathering with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and different senior civilian and navy officers throughout the go to, in keeping with the assertion. 

An Afghan official on Saturday stated Common Bajwa is arriving in Kabul as the pinnacle of a high-level delegation. 

In accordance with a Voice of America report, Common Qamar Javed Bajwa is endeavor a vital go to to Afghanistan the place his delegation is to debate with Afghan counterparts methods to strengthen bilateral, safety cooperation and border administration efforts.

Relations between Islamabad and Kabul have been marred by distrust and suspicion, with each side routinely accusing one another’s safety establishments of backing fugitive anti-state militants to plot terrorist assaults towards the opposite.

Common Bajwa is anticipated to reiterate provides of coaching for Afghan troopers and police personnel in Pakistani establishments and emphasise the necessity for the 2 nations to resolve variations by counting on bilateral mechanisms and dialogue.

Pakistani officers additionally cite constructing of a fence and new safety outposts on the almost 2,600-kilometer border between Pakistan and Afghanistan.

Chief navy spokesman Main-Common Asif Ghafoor stated the fence could be in place inside the subsequent two years. “If Afghans are prepared to construct the fence and posts on their facet, we’re able to do it for you in order that solely peaceable residents can cross the border,” he not too long ago instructed a gaggle of Afghan and Pakistani reporters.

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