PESHAWAR, 6 September: Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to end blame game against each other.
According to the state-run TV, Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz said on Saturday that both the neighbourly countries have agreed to restore confidence and refrain from blame game. He said confidence-building measures were needed to avoid re-emergence of such a situation in future.
Pakistan and Afghanistan were recently engaged in trading blames regarding non-cooperation in the ongoing war against militancy.
Mr Aziz said the Afghan finance minister would visit Pakistan in November to attend a meeting of Joint Economic Commission to discuss and expand trade relations.