ISLAMABAD Top brass of Pakistan Army on Friday deliberated on a host of issues with special focus on situation in the neighbouring Afghanistan. Well-placed sources informed TheNation that top commanders during their 133rd conference with Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani in the chair comprehensively took stock of the regional security and situation obtaining in Afghanistan. Sources said that General Kayani apprised the Corps Commanders of the details of his meeting with ISAF commander in Afghanistan, Chief of Afghanistan Army and their follow-up meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai here the other day. Sources said that General Kayani had made it clear to his ISAF and Afghanistan counterparts that Pakistan and Afghanistan should better enter into a dialogue process to sign a comprehensive bilateral security treaty as it was the best way to ensure enduring peace and stability in the region. He also told the Corps Commanders about his viewpoints he had highlighted during these meetings about the impact of the US drone strikes on efforts fighting terrorism and extremism in the region. General Kayani regretted the cold response from Afghan National Army to Pakistans offer in training of Afghan Army. The Commanders also took stock of the internal security situation especially during the recent unprecedented floods in the country and efforts of the security forces in fighting terrorism and extremism. Meanwhile the ISPR in its press release said that 133rd Corps Commanders Conference was held at General Headquarters. The conference was a part of regular monthly meetings. The participants were briefed about the floods and security situation. The forum expressed satisfaction over the operational readiness of the Army.