The new body would be led by the director general of the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI), who would function as its chairman, it said.
Pak PM Imran Khan vows to 'do everything' to reduce violence in Afghanistan during his first Kabul visit
President Ghani who received Khan upon his arrival at ARG Presidential Palace, situated in the heart of Kabul, called his visit 'historic' and said it was an 'important message to help end violence'.
According to officials, the two leaders discussed ways to further strengthen the bilateral relations, the peace process and regional economic development and connectivity.
The Pak prime minister's programme includes tete-e-tete with President Ashraf Ghani, delegation-level talks, and joint press stake-out.
Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf wins 8 seats in Gilgit-Baltistan polls; Opposition says election 'stolen'
Elections were held on 23 seats of the third legislative assembly on Sunday amidst tight security due to the threat of militancy.
Khan said Israel has a strong influence in the US, which he said is "another country pressurizing him to recognize Israel".
PM Imran Khan 'keeps popping up (for attention), his role is useless, and no one cares about him,' Pakistani media quoted Sharif during her address in the northern areas.
The embassy's post went viral within minutes and it faced severe backlash from the supporters of Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party.
The briefing was being arranged a week after Army chief Bajwa met Prime Minister Imran Khan and discussed internal and external security situation matters.
Pakistan has been guilty of inflicting violence against journalists, commentators and human rights activists
Prime Minister Khan said that Sharif is sitting in London "like a Jackal" and targeting the Army.
On Sunday, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his government has decided to accord a 'provisional provincial status to the Gilgit-Baltistan region of PoK.'
Taking note of his anti-Hindu remarks, the prime minister ordered his removal following strong criticism of him on social media.
The Opposition alliance has accused that Khan was installed by the military in a rigged election two years ago.
Chaudhry’s comments could leave the Imran Khan government red-faced, especially as it comes days after the global terror finance watchdog FATF has retained the country in its grey list.