China, Pakistan, Afghanistan agree to step up cooperation on counter-terrorism

China, Pakistan, Afghanistan

BEIJING/ ISLAMABAD: China, Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to step up cooperation on counter-terrorism.

A spokesperson of the Chinese Foreign Ministry Hua Chunying said this in Beijing on Thursday.

He said this agreement came during Trilateral Vice-Ministerial consultation on counter-terrorism and security among China, Pakistan and Afghanistan held in Beijing.

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Chinese Assistant Foreign Minister Li Huilai, Pakistani Foreign Ministry Special Secretary Tasnim Aslam and Afghanistan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Khalil Karzai had an in-depth exchange of views to jointly uphold security and stability of the three countries and the region at large.

Hua Chunying called on all relevant parties in Afghanistan to play a positive role through such mechanisms as the Quadrilateral Coordination Group of Afghanistan, China, Pakistan and the United States.

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