Afghanistan and Pakistan agreed to coordinate military operations across the borders

Dec 24, 2014 19:06 IST

The military chiefs of Afghanistan and Pakistan on 23 December 2014 agreed to co-ordinate on military operations along border of two countries.

Army chief General of Afghanistan Sher Mohammad Karimi and General of Pakistan Raheel Sharif agreed to co-operate in the presence of US General John Campbell, who heads NATO coalition forces in Afghanistan.

The two countries also agreed to jointly take effective actions against terrorism and extremism.

Both the countries agreed to meet subordinates immediately to discuss operations targeting Pakistani Taliban (TTP) bases along the border.

The decision came in the wake of Taliban militants burst into Army Public School in Peshawar shooted the children and staff members on 16 December 2014.

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