"There is no doubt that the continuation of the war on terrorism is a priority for Afghanistan. There is no doubt that Pakistan suffers at the hands of terrorism.This is a joint struggle. If either of us comes up short in this struggle, then we will have harmed our people," Karzai told a press conference here soon after his return from a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) summit in Bucharest.
Karzai confirmed that he was in touch with the Pakistan leadership, including Premier Gillani and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz chief Nawaz Sharif.
Rreiterating his call for talks with Taliban fighters, Karzai said he was determined to restore peace and normalcy in restive Afghanistan.