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.
Pakistan will no longer follow the 'strategic depth' policy with Afghanistan, Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan said in Washington.
The warm words and smiles between US President Donald Trump and Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan signalled a renewed relationship.
Khan focused his speech on creating a merit system and ending corruption in Pakistan.
Khan is expected to confer with the US president July 22.
The countries agreed to jointly fight terrorism and push the peace process forward.