Successive regimes in Afghanistan, including the US-backed governments in the past, have disputed this demarcation, which has historically remained a contentious issue between the two neighbours.
The visit comes after the recent meeting of officials from China, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Russia in Moscow and ahead of a meeting of foreign ministers of Afghanistan's neighbours plus Russia.
An article written by officials of government-run Shanghai Institutes for International Studies said that China and Pakistan must work together to maintain and promote regional security and stability.
Jaishankar said that the key concerns for India at this juncture included whether Afghanistan will have an inclusive government and that Afghan soil is not used for terrorism.
The Taliban have framed their current Cabinet as an interim government, suggesting that change was still possible, but they have not said if there would ever be elections.
Afghan foreign minister says Taliban govt will prevent militants from using territory to attack others
When asked about the possibility of elections, Muttaqi demanded other countries not interfere in Afghanistan's internal issues.
Higher Education minister, Abdul Baqi Haqqani, laid out the new policies at a news conference, several days after Afghanistan’s new rulers formed an all-male government.
The Taliban swept across Afghanistan last month, seizing control of almost all key towns and cities in the backdrop of withdrawal of the US forces that began on May 1.
The large group of foreigners, including Americans and other Westerners, would depart Thursday on a Qatar Airways flight that had earlier ferried humanitarian aid to the country.
The (Seoul) government will closely monitor the changes in the internal political situation of Afghanistan and will closely coordinate with the international community in responding to the matter,
China is already coordinating its evolving policy on Afghanistan with its 'all-weather ally' Pakistan and Russia which also share borders with Afghanistan.
According to video clips shared on social media by journalists and other people, the Taliban used tear gas to disperse the all-women protest after they failed to do so after gunshots.
Baradar, who heads the Taliban's political office, will be joined by Mullah Mohammad Yaqoob, the son of late Taliban founder Mullah Omar, and Sher Mohammad Abbas Stanekzai in senior positions.
Thousands who had worked with the US and its allies, as well as up to 200 Americans, remained in the country after the massive airlift ended with the last US soldiers flying out of Kabul.
"He will be in Kabul to meet jihadi leaders and politicians for an inclusive government set-up," a senior Taliban official told AFP.