A high level of Pakistani delegation led by National Security Advisor Gen. Nasser Khan Janjua is due to arrive in Kabul today to hold crucial talks with the Afghan side. According to sources, the visit takes place on the official invitation of his Afghan counterpart Mohammad Hanif Atmar.
Both sides will discuss matters of mutual interests, peace process and ways to improve bilateral relations. The Pakistani delegation will also meet President Ashraf Ghani, Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah, and the head of Afghan intelligence.
Sources privy to the matter told Afghan Herald that efforts are underway to improve the trust deficit between the two countries.
This visit of the Pakistani delegation comes a day later after the Pakistani Chief of Army Staff said that his country is in talks with Kabul regarding the modality of peace process. A couple of weeks ago the Afghan President put forward a comprehensive peace plan and invited Taliban to join the peace talks.