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"Islamabad would only guarantee no attacks from its soil if the US special forces erect a fence along Pakistan-Afghan borders and also repatriate all the Afghan migrants," reported Khaama Press, citing Pakistani official, as saying, to the local media.
US Defence Secretary James Mattis has urged Pakistan to double its efforts to confront terrorists operating within the country.
The support was reportedly offered during a meeting with Mattis during his visit to Islamabad.
Earlier, Pakistan's Minister of Foreign Affairs Khawaja Muhammad Asif claimed that majority of the attacks carried out in his country have been coordinated from Afghanistan.
The two countries share strained bilateral relationships.
Both Kabul and Islamabad steadily purport that the attacks in the two countries were being plotted and carried out by the safe havens located in the two countries.
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