(r to l) Asif Ali Zardari, David Cameron and Hamid Karzai in New York (26 September 2012)
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PM Cameron to host Afghan-Pakistani co-operation talks

British Prime Minister David Cameron will hold key talks with the leaders of Afghanistan and Pakistan to discuss the Afghan peace process.

The three-way summit - the third since last summer - is aimed at improving co-operation between the two countries to promote regional stability.

For the first time Afghan and Pakistani army and intelligence chiefs will also take part in the discussions.

The BBC's Orla Guerin reports Islamabad on Pakistan's role. Quentin Somerville reports from Afghanistan.

  • 03 Feb 2013
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