Pak Afghan Ties
The visit will be an opportunity for both sides to review the situation along Pak-Afghan border and other security-related issues.
Expresses the hope that fencing of the remaining 21km will be completed with the "consent of our brothers".
Underscores the importance of peace and reconciliation initiatives in Afghanistan in meeting with visiting Saudi dignitary.
It is important that border management is done effectively and with mutual understanding of the two countries.
No date has been announced for the NSA's visit.
Army spokesperson says speculation of deal with Nawaz "absolutely baseless"; talks with TTP "on hold" as operations continue.
The initiative is part of a humanitarian assistance package for Afghanistan announced by Prime Minister Imran Khan.
Taliban official says Afghanistan believes in addressing issues through "understanding, talks and good neighbourliness".
Says contentious issues to be resolved with Kabul authorities through diplomatic channels.
The Taliban should not be allowed to brush major issues of concern to Pakistan under the rug.
Says Pakistan is the only "bright hope" in the region that can emerge from the extremes on its both sides.
Says talks with TTP continuing and effort being made to reach settlement.
"The engagement with the Taliban government in Afghanistan is necessary because they are in power," says Mansoor Khan
PPP senator expresses alarm over reports that the banned TTP is regrouping in Afghanistan.
The move will help the Taliban government generate foreign exchange through exports.
Trucks loaded with food, quilts, medicines, other necessary items of domestic use handed over to an Afghan Taliban representative.
Taliban spokesman Bilal Karimi says the incident is being investigated.
Karzai had reacted to PM Imran's speech during the OIC conference, saying his comments on Afghanistan were "insulting".
Last season, kinno exports to Afghanistan remained at 85,000 tonnes.
President Dr Arif Alvi vows to help Kabul in the higher education sector.
Says Pakistan will provide all-out support to the war-torn country to avert a humanitarian crisis.
Delegation led by Acting Afghan Higher Education Minister Abdul Baqi Haqqani visits Higher Education Commission.
Consignment worth Rs25m dispatched from Karachi.
Decision taken on on an exceptional basis for humanitarian purposes; Afghan FM thanks Pakistan's ambassador to Afghanistan.
Stresses that abandoning Afghanistan at this juncture would be a "historic mistake" and the world should learn from the past.
Allows transportation of Indian food assistance through Pakistan.
Ambassador says bus service to be expanded to Islamabad-Kabul route after the revival of the Peshawar-Jalalabad service.
Director of Afghanistan's Tolo News says the Taliban and the world need to talk about the future.
FM Qureshi tells Senate panel Islamabad’s strategy is to maintain constructive engagement with Kabul.
In interview given to BBC, Amir Khan Muttaqi says mediation process has had a "good" start, hopes for ties to improve further.