Pakistan offers joint investigation into Kabul attack


Top-level delegation of Pakistan's civil and military leadership, led by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua, reached Afghanistan earlier today to attend the meeting.

The trip to Afghanistan, Sullivan said, was an important opportunity for him to reaffirm the US' commitment to strengthening its partnership with the country.

A recent attack on the Intercontinental Hotel in Kabul and a suicide bombing on a crowded city street a week later have stoked public anger in Afghanistan and stepped up pressure on Ghani's Western-backed government to improve security.

The two sides discussed the Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS) - a joint action plan for cooperation in the areas of counterterrorism and reduction of violence, peace and reconciliation, refugees repatriation and joint economic development.

He also highlighted that they have shared a list of individuals who plotted recent attacks in Kabul and expects "practical steps" from Pakistan.

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Ghani said 11 arrests had been made and a list of individuals Kabul believed to be behind the attacks as well as the networks that supported them was given to Pakistani authorities.

UNITED States Vice-President Mike Pence has condemned the recent terrorist attacks in Afghanistan and assured U.S. firm support to the Afghan government and its people, China's Xinhua news agency reported the Afghan Presidential Palace as saying today.

Kabul also accused Islamabad of harboring the Taliban, who are allegedly being trained in Islamic seminaries in southwestern Pakistan.

Pakistan has urged Afghanistan that instead of indulging in blame game both the countries should engage in concrete cooperation. Afghan officials had said that their delegation handed over to Islamabad "undeniable" evidence that the spate of deadly attacks in Afghanistan was planned in Pakistan.

Downplaying the blatant allegation of Afghan president linking Pakistan with the fresh spate of terror wave in Kabul, the civil and military leadership in Islamabad have made a decision to remain engaged with neighbouring Afghanistan to jointly fight out the menace of terrorism.