The Pakistani Army Chief General Qamar Javid Bajwa may arrive in Kabul today to hold talks wih the Afghan officials regarding the recent developments.

According to reports, Gen. Bajwa will lead a delegation of high level Pakistani officials and will likely hold talks regarding the recent talks in the framework of Afghanistan Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity.

This comes as the Afghan and Pakistani military officials reportedly met in Pakistan to boost the bilateral cooperation on security level amid ongoing efforts to establish the joint working groups as part of the Afghanistan Pakistan Action Plan for Peace and Solidarity (APAPPS).

The Afghan and Pakistani operations chiefs participated in the last round of the bilateral talks on Sunday to review progress on security cooperation, appointment of liaison officers and establishment of coordination centres along the border.

Sources privy of the development have told Daily Times that the director generals military operations of the two countries met amid growing interaction between the military officials in recent months to finalise deployment of liaison officers (LOs), establishment of Ground Coordination Centres (GCCs) for intelligence sharing and to monitor cross-border movement of militants.