Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf vowed Monday to increase cooperation in fighting against terrorist groups and to boost bilateral trade, Pakistan’s state-run news agency reported. The two leaders talked informally for about an hour and then discussed a range of issues in the presence of their Cabinet ministers. Musharraf and Karzai later told reporters they have a “common commitment to stamp out terrorism” and “strengthen capability and cooperation in the field of intelligence and the forces on ground,” according to the state-run Associated Press of Pakistan. Full Story
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