The acting Foreign Minister Amir Khan Muttaqi, in a meeting with Asif Ali Durrani, Pakistan's special representative for Afghanistan, who was on a visit to Kabul, discussed issues related to security and the formation of a joint committee to address problems between Kabul and Islamabad.
Deputy Foreign Ministry spokesman Hafiz Zia Ahmad Takal said on X that they had a "detailed" discussion over security, the detention and treatment of Afghan people in Pakistan, as well as the export and transit of goods.
Muttaqi said that Kabul and Islamabad should refrain from expressing opinions against each other and security issues should be resolved by the joint committee.
During the meeting, Durrani said that Pakistan is ready to cooperate with Afghanistan in many sectors and Islamabad will find a solution for the problems arising in the crossings.
Durrani, who was also leading a Pakistani delegation, visited Kabul on Thursday afternoon.
"Some officials in Kabul said that because of the recent issues happening between the two countries such as the TTP (Tahreek-Taliban Pakistan) and also the closure of Torkham as well as the detention of Afghan refugees and treatment of Afghan refugees in Pakistan, these were the issues discussed between the two sides," said Tahir Khan, a Pakistani journalist.
Political analysts said that the visit of the Pakistan envoy is important as tensions have recently risen between Kabul and Islamabad.
"The visit of Pakistan's special envoy for Afghanistan is likely to convey the views and red lines of Pakistan to the Taliban officials," said Sayed Jawad Sijadi, a political analyst.
Durani's visit to Kabul comes two weeks after the clashes between the Islamic Emirate’s forces and the Pakistani military.