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Afghan delegation heads to Islamabad to discuss co-operation

Pakistan Forward

ISLAMABAD -- Top Afghan officials arrived Wednesday (January 31) in Islamabad to discuss bilateral co-operation with Pakistan, Dawn reported.

The delegation included Interior Minister Wais Ahmad Barmak and National Directorate of Security chief Masoom Stanekzai.

The officials have a message from Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and will discuss potential co-operation, said Dr. Muhammad Faisal, a spokesman for the Pakistani Foreign Ministry.

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