ISLAMABAD - Military chiefs of Pakistan, Afghanistan and International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) who met on Wednesday expressed satisfaction over the current level of cooperation and agreed to increase coordination to avoid misunderstandings. Well-placed sources told TheNation that Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, who headed the delegations of the Tripartite Commission, lodged protest with the counterparts over the frequent border breaches committed by the coalition forces. Meanwhile, a press statement issued by the ISPR said that the forum reviewed the current operations and security situation along the Pak-Afghan border in its 24th meeting held at Rawalpindi. It said that meeting also discussed measures to improve effectiveness of the ongoing operation in the respective areas. While the forum expressing satisfaction over the current level of cooperation, also discussed steps for better and enhanced coordination to avoid misunderstandings. "Forum reiterated the resolve and commitment to restore peace and security in the area", statement said. General Bismullah Khan, Chief of Defence of Afghan National Army and General David D McKiernan, Commander International Security Assistance Forces, Afghanistan represented Afghanistan and ISAF respectively.