Officials say Pakistan's military leadership is holding talks with NATO and Afghan commanders to improve coordination along the Afghan-Pakistani border.
The meeting is the latest bid to repair U.S.-Pakistani relations, which plummeted after a NATO air strike in November killed 24 Pakistani soldiers near the Afghan-Pakistani border.
Pakistan rejected a U.S. investigation into the incident, which concluded both sides made mistakes and blamed Pakistani troops for triggering the strike by firing at U.S. special forces.
Islamabad says the Pakistani Army's director-general of military operations, Major General Ishfaq Nadeem Ahmed, was attending the February 8 talks at a coordination center near the border.
Last week, Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabanni Khar visited Kabul and indicated that Islamabad could shortly reopen its Afghan border to NATO supplies, reversing a blockade imposed after the NATO strike.
Compiled from agency reports