PESHAWAR - Pakistan and Afghan military commanders yesterday agreed on better coordination and enhancing security measures at both sides of the border.
An eight-member delegation of Afghan National Army, headed by Corps Commander Lt-Gen Muhammad Sharif Yaftali, visited Peshawar Corps Headquarters and called on Corps Commander Lt-Gen Hidayat-ur-Rehman, the ISPR said.
Later, the delegates discussed the matters pertaining to mutual interest and security arrangements at the Pak-Afghan border.
The visit of the Afghan National Army delegation is follow-up of Army Chief General Raheel Sharif’s last tour to Kabul in which it was decided that corps commanders from the respective sides would hold meetings for better border management.
Earlier, the delegates laid floral wreath at Shuhada monument on arrival and appreciated the sacrifices of the Pak Army in fighting terrorism.