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Musharraf, Karzai vow to combat terror

Pakistan, Afghanistan to reinvigorate trade, economic relations; Afghan president favours pipeline project from Turkmenistan. Pakistan and Afghanistan resolved on Tuesday to forge a broad-based relationship with a thrust on invigorating trade and economic ties and expressed the common commitment to step up their coordination in the fight against terror. President Pervez Musharraf and his Afghan counterpart, Hamid Karzai, told the media after formal talks that they remained firmly committed to rooting out terrorism for sustainable development, peace and stability in the region. “We are resolved to combat terrorism until it is completely removed – we will fight terrorism together in a coordinated manner,” emphasised President Musharraf. He declared that Pakistan had been successful in its fight against terrorism, having destroyed the sanctuaries and communication links of terrorists who taken refuge in the country’s tribal region bordering Afghanistan. Full Story

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