In a trilateral dialogue in the Chinese city of Beijing three nations jointly agreed not to allow any organization, country or individual to use their territories for terrorism.

China, Pakistan and Afghanistan reiterated firm resolve to fight against terrorism and the meeting is first of its kind since June when the three agreed to establish a trilateral dialogue mechanism.

The meeting was held between the foreign ministers of the three countries and expressed strong determination not to allow their territories for terrorist activities.

The meeting was held by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi. Salahuddin Rabbani and Khawaja Muhammad Asif were counterparts of Afghanistan and Pakistan respectively.

A press statement read, “They expressed their strong determination not to allow any country, organization or individual to use their respective territories for terrorist activities against any other countries.”

All the three agreed to strengthen counter-terrorism coordination in the fight against terrorism and without any discrimination.

Incremental approach will be used to conduct win-win trilateral economic cooperations beginning with easier initiative.

All the three countries agreed to jointly work on political mutual trust involving security cooperation, reconciliation and development cooperation as well.

The next such meeting will be held in 2018 in Kabul, Afghanistan between the foreign ministers of the three countries.

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In a trilateral dialogue in the Chinese city of Beijing three nations jointly agreed not to allow any organization, country or individual to use their territories for terrorism. China, Pakistan and Afghanistan reiterated firm resolve to fight against terrorism and the meeting is first of its kind since June when...