RAWALPINDI: A trilateral meeting of military commanders from Pakistan, Isaf and Afghanistan was held today at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi.

The meeting was attended by Commander Isaf, General Joseph F. Dunford, Afghan National Army’s CGS, General Sher Mohammad Karimi and Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani.

The three discussed matters of mutual interest with particular emphasis on improving coordination on the Pak-Afghan border and the standing operating procedures put in place to improve border control.

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syed baqar ahsan
June 8, 2013 3:21 pm

If a single soldier of USA/UK/NATO/India stays back in Afghanistan post 2014,no peace will be there so all countries around Afghanistan must come on one plate form to help Afghanistan in complete withdrawal of all international armed force out otherwise all Afghans will remain slaves.

June 8, 2013 7:59 pm

As long as Moulana Fazal Rehman JUI and Mr Hamid Karzai are on board this military coalition of Jousaf, Karimi and Kyani will remain failure to establish peace, will remain failure to end militancy. These three generals are not acting like general. If all of them wants to end militancy these generals have to act like general Babar and Musharraf.

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