Kabul - Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Tuesday chaired the National Security Council (NSC) meeting in Kabul amid tense situation at Torkham, Afghan media reported.

The Office of the President said the issue of violations by Pakistani forces in Torkham was discussed during the meeting and called the move by Pakistan against the international norms.

Calling the move as a matter of concern, the National Security Council insisted that the issue should be resolved through diplomatic ways while praising the Afghan forces for their high level of readiness to protect the country and national interests of Afghanistan.

Other issues discussed during the meeting included distribution of passports to Afghan citizens outside the country, registration process vehicles lacking documents, preparations for WARSAR summit, and the report by Local Governance Directorate on Shindand district.