Pakistan army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa is scheduled to visit Afghanistan on Tuesday at the invitation of President Ashraf Ghani
The visit comes as Pakistan and Afghanistan have agreed to deploy liaison officers in each other’s capital and establish coordination centers along the border to share intelligence on militant suspects.
According to reports, both sides have agreed to deploy liaison officers and establish Ground Coordination Centers (GCCs) for intelligence sharing and to monitor the cross-border movement of the militants.
It is said that Liaison officers will share information if they receive about the presence and activities of militant suspects to the host country and will accompany the security officials during raids against the suspects.
GCCs will be established at Torkham and Chaman port.