The intelligence chiefs of five countries have come together to discuss the situation in Afghanistan at a conference hosted by Pakistan.
The conference agreed that Afghanistan should not be abandoned.
Director-General the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) Lt. Gen Faiz Hameed hosted a conference on Saturday that was participated by intelligence chiefs from Russia, China, Iran, and Tajikistan.
The conference discussed the situation in Afghanistan and the participants agreed that Afghanistan should not be left alone to deal with its problem, the TV said.
The meeting of the five intelligence chiefs is one of many recent engagements of spymasters after the Taliban takeover of Kabul on August 15.