Pakistan army chief has saying Islamabad cannot let Afghan war reaches Pakistan, focused if America has serious attention to fight terrorism, it can curb them.
This comes as U.S. President Donald Trump has called on Islamabad to stop harboring militants.
Amid the four-nation military meeting, Afghanistan, China, Tajikistan and Pakistan, in Tajikistan on Sunday on the second day, General Qamar Javed Bajwa met with his Afghan counterpart General Sharif Yaftali.
He assured fullest cooperation to Afghanistan, but he said that Pakistan cannot bring Afghan war into Pakistan.
He said that Pakistan has already “cleared all its areas indiscriminately” and has started unilateral border security measures including fencing.
Bajwa offered to set up a joint army working group with the Afghan side to jointly work and formulate security recommendations for government level discussion aimed at addressing mutual concerns.
Afghanistan agreed to the proposal.
Besides border security management, other key factor for enduring peace is dignified repatriation of Afghan refugees, he said.
The four-nation meeting in Dushanbe, including also China, was organized under Quardilateral Counter Terrorism Coordination Mechanism which was set up a year ago