Kabul has called "constructive" Wednesday's meeting in London aimed at finding solutions for recent tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan.
“It was a good and constructive meeting and some progress was made to address concerns,” Afghanistan’s National Security Adviser Mohammad Hanif Atmar said Thursday.
He added that discussions will continue “to build on this progress.”
The meeting included also Afghan Ambassador to Pakistan Omar Zakhilwal, Adviser on Foreign Affairs to Pakistani Prime Minister Sartaj Aziz and British National Security Adviser Mark Lyall Grant, according to a official statement from Afghanistan.
The statement provided no further details.
"The success of this important meeting certainly will be judged by the common people of our two respective countries as to how this, in practical terms, responds to their aspiration for good neighbourly relations, peace and their well being," Zakhilwal said on his Facebook profile. "We are positive that the implementation of the mechanism we agreed upon can inject the needed trust and confidence for constructive forward looking state to state relations and cooperation."
Relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan deteriorated recently with Kabul and Islamabad accusing each other of doing little to stop militants from operating in their territory.
Trade between the two countries remain suspended after Pakistan closed the border crossings in mid-February citing security concerns.
Afghanistan has also repeatedly protested Pakistan’s violation of Afghan territory and space after shelling and unauthorized flights.