Pakistan, Afghanistan hold talks to implement security framework

Pakistan Forward

ISLAMABAD -- Top Pakistani and Afghan military officials Sunday (June 10) met in Pakistan to discuss security co-operation, the Daily Times reported.

The officials reviewed progress on the deployment of liaison officers and the establishment of Ground Co-ordination Centres (GCCs) for intelligence sharing and monitoring cross-border movement of militants.

GCCs will be established first at the Torkham and Chaman border crossings and later at other crossings.

The two countries are finalising joint working groups on military-to-military co-ordination and intelligence sharing under the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Security, which provides a framework for more interaction in all spheres.

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