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Pak NSA to visit Kabul to discuss border fencing issue with Taliban

As part of an inter-ministerial delegation to Afghanistan on Tuesday, the Pakistani National Security Advisor Moeed Yusuf will discuss border fencing with the Taliban regime and take stock of the country’s humanitarian needs. 

The visit is scheduled to begin on January 18 and take place on January 19, in which Pak NSA Moeed will examine ways to channel humanitarian aid to Afghanistan in accordance with UN requirements and international sanctions, officials told Dawn. 

Pakistani officials have announced that they plan to relocate Afghan refugees that have been trained in Pakistan to Afghanistan. Despite differences between Islamabad and Kabul, Pakistani officials said that the Durand Line’s border fence would also be discussed by Pak’s National Security Agency. 

In order to prevent militants from moving easily across the 2670 km international border, Pakistan has completed almost 90 percent of fencing work. Videos circulated on social media last month showing what appeared to be Afghan Taliban uprooting a portion of the fence along the border, claiming they were erected inside the country.

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