unfortunately still exists somewhat between the people of the two countries.
The two sides agreed to hold their next meeting in Kabul in May this year.
Head of Afghan delegation Syed Ishaq Gilani addressing a press conference on the conclusion of talks said the problem of terrorism could be curbed with the joint efforts of Afghanistan and Pakistan while USA and Pakistan should adopt a joint strategy to steer out a way for termination of drone attacks.
He said that Afghanistan is very keen to keep firm ties with Pakistan.
During recent years the level of confidence between two countries was raised due to which both the nation came closer to each other.
He said that both Pakistan and Afghanistan are in the state of war against mutual enemy and the two could succeed against menace of terrorism, if they joined hands and strive to cooperate with each other.
"Neither the land of Afghanistan was used against Pakistan in the past nor anyone would be allowed to exploit it in the future as Pakistan and Afghanistan are the Islamic brother countries and the relation between the two counties are splendid", he added.
He told the journalist that the matters regarding trade, fighting against terrorism and abolishing the smuggling were discussed during the talks of parliamentarians of two sides.
He said that meeting of Afghan delegation with President Zardari was quite fruitful in which he assured to take step for pulling out Afghan containers , which has been entangled at Karachi.
He said that a misperception was being proliferating in Pakistan that India was making its place by making so many consulates in Afghanistan. As a matter of fact she was allowed to construct only those consulates which were deemed as necessary.
On the occasion Senator Salim Saifullah Khan said that the visit of Afghan parliamentarians would not only help in bringing the people of both the countries closer but also cause to strong the ties between Pakistan and Afghanistan.
He told the reporters that the trade volume between two countries has been touched the figures of $2billion. He said a 20 member delegation of Pakistani parliamentarians would visit Afghanistan in May. -Online