Kabul is hosting military chiefs from several neighboring countries for a conference to plot a course on how to deal with escalating terrorism in the region.
In a statement the military's media wing said the army chief will participate in the Chief of Defense Conference.
February 13 (ANI): Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Tuesday has arrived here to attend a high-level military meeting.
He assured the participants that Pakistani territory would not be allowed to be used against any other country and Pakistan expected the same in reciprocity.
He added that collaborative approach and patience will answer all the challenges.
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A few weeks ago, the Afghan government revealed it had started a process of rapprochement with some factions of the Taliban in Turkey, with a view to initiate a peace process, an option that new leader of the main Taliban group, led by Haibatullah, ruled out. After the attacks, a delegation of Afghanistan also reached Pakistan late January to hold a meeting with Pakistani authorities.
The moot, attended by the commander US Centcom, Commander Resolute Support Mission and army chiefs of Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan, concluded with a resolve to continue cooperation for peace and stability in the region.
Bajwa reiterated that the path to regional peace and stability passes through Afghanistan. He last visited the war-torn country in October a year ago and held wide-ranging talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and other leadership.
It is not clear if Pakistan's army chief will meet with Afghan authorities separately or not.
Afghan officials had said that the delegation handed over to Islamabad "undeniable" evidence which claimed that the spate of deadly attacks in Afghanistan were allegedly planned in Pakistan.