Pakistan's soil will not be used against Afghanistan: Pak Army
A high-level Pakistan Army's delegation is in Afghanistan on the directions of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
Pakistan says it would never allow its soil to be used against Afghanistan.
This assurance was given to Afghan authorities by a high-level Pakistan Army delegation headed by Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General Bilal Akbar during a visit to Afghanistan on Thursday.
The delegation conveyed the Afghan authorities that Pakistan Army has control in all areas and is determined to defeat terrorism being a common threat.
The delegation is visiting Afghanistan on the directions of Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
The Pakistani side met Afghanistan's Acting Defense Minister Tariq Shah Bahramee and Afghan Army Chief General Mohammad Sharif Yaftali.
The delegation conveyed condolences on behalf of Qamar Javed Bajwa on loss of innocent lives in Mazar e Sharif terrorist attack and expressed solidarity with Afghan forces and people.
Free medical treatment in Pakistan to injured of Mazar e Sharif attack was also offered by the delegation.
The delegation also held talks on bilateral border coordination measures.