ISLAMABAD (Online) - Kabul on Friday termed as positive development Islamabads cooperation with Afghan delegation investigating the assassination of former Afghan president Burhanuddin Rabbani. The 9-member Afghan delegation has concluded two-day talks in Islamabad and the delegation left for Kabul on Friday. Talking to Online on Friday, Afghan Embassy Press Attach Zardasht Shams said visit of the delegation and their meetings with Pakistani officials was a positive step. He said the meetings held in a very cordial environment that would positively affect the future relations of the two countries. The delegation led by deputy head of National Directorate of Security (NDS) Maj-Gen Hissamuddin held meeting with Interior Minister Rehman Malik and other security officials in Pakistan. Besides NDS, officials from Afghan Defence Ministry and Interior Ministry were also part of the delegation. Sources said that senior Afghan intelligence officials shared evidence with their Pakistani counterparts regarding the involvement of the so-called Quetta Shura in the assassination. Nevertheless, they added, Pakistan demanded more evidence for further clarity on certain proofs. The three-day visit by the delegation is being hosted by Interior Minister Rehman Malik. The delegation also met with senior Pakistani intelligence officials. On condition of anonymity, an Afghan official said that after sharing evidence with Pakistani officials, Afghan side is hoping that Pakistan would help in arresting several Taliban figures blamed for the assassination of high profile political target in Afghanistan. However, Afghan diplomatic sources said that Afghan government appreciates the positive development on the murder case but expected a full-fledged help from Islamabad to bring the culprits to justice. Interior Minister Rehman Malik told reporters that no wanted person in connection with Rabbani murder was present in Pakistan. The assasssination of Rabbani, who was negotiating peace with Taliban, strained relations between Pakistan and Afghanistan. After the incident, Afghan officials publicly blamed Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) for backing the killers of Rabbani but Islamabad rebuffed the blame. Pakistani officials including Malik have assured the delegation of Islamabads complete support to the Kabul in its investigations into the incident, a press release issued by the interior ministry stated. Diplomatic sources told Online that visit of the delegation to Pakistan was announced shortly after Rabbanis assassination in September but the delay was due to the fact that no agreement pertaining to facilitating such visit was existing between the two countries but Pakistani government made it possible for the Afghan delegation to visit Islamabad.