Talks have been held between Afghanistan and Pakistan for the first time since the assassination of an Afghan peace negotiator.
The meeting was hosted by Turkey as part of efforts to resolve differences over how to end the Afghan war.
Kabul accuses Pakistan’s intelligence service of supporting Taliban insurgents, claims that have been denied.
Afghanistan broke off talks with Pakistan after the kililng in September of Afghan peace negotiator Burhanuddin Rabbani.
Kabul blamed Taliban insurgents in the Pakistani city of Quetta.
Both sides have now agreed to cooperate on investigations into the murder.