Pakistan, Afghan, ISAF hold first meeting in three months
A meeting between representatives of Pakistan Army, Afghan National Army and ISAF was held on Wednesday, the first after the November NATO strike on Pakistani posts which had killed 24 soldiers, Xinhua reported.
The Pakistan Army said the meeting was held at Border Coordination Center (BCC) in Torkham, a border point between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The meeting was part of tripartite engagement to discuss and improve various coordination measures on Pak-Afghan border, a statement said.
Director General Military Operations Major General Ishfaq Nadeem Ahmed represented the Pakistan Army.
Pakistan had recalled its representatives from the BCC after the November 26 strike as an apparent sign of protest.
No details of the Wednesday meeting were given in the army statement.
Pakistan had closed supply line for the NATO troops in Afghanistan and is holding a parliamentary review of its relationship with the U.S./NATO and ISAF.
The parliament will set conditions for the future terms of engagement as Islamabad insists that the U.S. had crossed the Red Line with the November strikes.
Pakistan had also rejected the U.S. inquiry report of the incident, which had stated that the NATO raided Pakistani posts after they were first fired from Pakistani territory.