Concerns now focus on the upcoming intra-Afghan talks and keeping spoilers, in particular Iran, from undermine peace prospects.
A delegation purporting to represent Pakistan's Milli Yakjehti Council offered condolences to Tehran for the killing of commander Soleimani, a man responsible for bloodshed across the region.
Leaders from the two countries recently discussed an entire range of the potential bilateral agreements in an effort to deepen relations.
Relations between Pakistan and Iran have always been strained by Iranian double standards, and Iranian forces are openly violating the rules of bilateral engagement.
The return of peace and improvements in security enabled the five-day visit, which marks the first time a royal family member has set foot in Pakistan in 13 years.
The Taliban said it was working with Pakistan to improve health and education facilities for Afghan refugees in Pakistan. Refugees say such hypocritical statements are a joke.
Afghans are increasingly leery of what the Taliban are discussing with foreign powers that historically have not had the Afghan people's interest in mind.
The move will increase trade between the two countries and the well being of citizens on both sides of the border, say observers.
Afghans are wondering what the weakened militant group and its military backer are discussing after the group undermined the peace process by its own actions.
The Afghan Taliban dashed hopes of peace as they continued talks with the United States while carrying out bombings in Afghanistan simultaneously.