The accord was clinching at an annual meeting of the Triangular proposal facilitated by the U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) in Islamabad. Iran was also a part of the conference.
"Now Pakistan and Afghanistan through this gathering have also agreed that our law enforcement forces' synchronized operations will begin soon," Pakistan's Secretary of Narcotics Control, Tariq Khosa, told journalists.
Relations flanked by Kabul and Islamabad have been frosty since the removal of the Taliban in 2001, but have just been thawing, with an agreement on a transfer trade last summer.
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