Pakistan has offered a joint probe into the recent deadly attacks in Kabul and other parts of the country as talks are underway between the senior Pakistani officials and the Afghan officials.

A spokesman for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan Dr. Mohammad Faisal said the Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua addressing the APAPS has condemned the Kabul terrorist attack.

Dr. Faisal further added that Pakistan has offered joint investigation into the terrorist attacks.

He said Foreign Secretary has explained that instead of blame game both sides should engage in concrete cooperation.

The visit by Pakistani delegation comes days after senior Afghan officials visited Islamabad in the wake of the recent deadly attacks in Kabul and other provinces.

Intelligence chief Masoom Stanikzai and Interior Minister Wais Ahmad Barmak told reporters last week that undeniable information and evidences have been shared with the Pakistani officials regarding the involvement of the Pakistani-based Taliban figures in the recent attacks.

They also added that the issue is expected to be further discussed during the visit of Pakistani delegation to Kabul on Saturday.