Karachi: Pakistani and Afghan intelligence agencies are set to hold talks in Kabul today to decrease the trust deficit between the two countries.
According to The Dawn, Director General ISI Lt Gen Rizwan Akhtar would travel to Afghanistan for a meeting with the acting chief of the National Directorate of Security (NDS), Masoud Andarabi.
The US is facilitating the meeting which would also be attended by Chinese officials as observers.
The meeting was earlier planned to be held in Islamabad. It comes ahead of the Quadrilateral Coordination Group meeting comprising Pakistan, Afghanistan, US and China scheduled for February 6.
The intelligence talks, an official said, were separate from the quadrilateral mechanism, even though the parleys were expected to impact the reconciliation effort, as well. (ANI)