OSINT Report – APAPS - Pakistan Afghanistan Plan to Improve Relations

Pakistan Afghanistan relations have been stormy to say the least, with Islamabad and Kabul blaming each other for harbouring militants in the lawless tribal belts where presence of the government security forces is allegedly negligible. Since October however Pakistan and Afghanistan are attempting to improve relations with the first sign being the visit of Pak Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Bajwa to Kabul where he met with the Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on 01 October. The DG ISI and the Foreign Secretary accompanied the COAS. Pakistan has forwarded a paper "Afghanistan-Pakistan Action Plan for Solidarity" (APAPS) to Afghanistan as a follow up of the visit which has been confirmed by President Ashraf Ghani and the paper is reportedly under study by the Afghan authorities........................

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