Islamabad, May 8 (ANI): Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to form a joint border security force.
Addressing a press conference, the Interior Ministers of Pakistan and Afghanistan also said that both the countries would exchange prisoners.
On the occasion, Pakistani Interior Minister Rehman Malik said agreement has also been made between the two countries to share intelligence.
He said facilities would be provided to Afghanistan for the training of Afghan law enforcing institutions.
Afghan Interior Minister Muhammad Hanif said it would be incorrect to call all the anti-state elements as Taliban. (ANI)