Pakistan and a visiting delegation of Afghan officials charged with trying to broker peace with the Taliban have agreed to hold a peace "jirga" between the two countries, Islamabad said Thursday. Pakistan's foreign minister Abdul Basit said the decision was made during a visit to the capital by two dozen members of Kabul's High Committee for Peace , led by its chairman, former Afghan premier Burhanuddin Rabbani. "Both parties agreed to convene a peace jirga with representatives of both countries in the coming months," Basit said, without elaborating on the location and date. Basit said both sides discussed the opening of an Afghan Taliban representative office in Turkey, an idea recently floated by Afghan President Hamid Karzai to kick-start stalled negotiations with the rebels.