The second round of Pakistan-Afghanistan-China trilateral dialogue is being held in Kabul to discuss peace as well as economic and counter-terrorism cooperation.
Stoltenberg said NATO's mission in Afghanistan is to support Afghan forces to create the condition for peace negotiations.
Reaffirming commitment to eradication of terrorism, the foreign minister said, "Better border management between Pakistan and Afghanistan and intelligence sharing will be greatly beneficial for both the countries".
He further said Pakistan would continue supporting the Afghan-led and Afghan-owned dialogue process. Rabbani also thanked Qureshi for taking part in the joint peace effort.
He said Pakistan will extend cooperation to bring all the afghan groups to the table of negotiations. He said Pakistan will benefit the most from the peace and stability of the neighboring country.
Earlier, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi stated that Pakistan has always favoured dialogue with the Afghan leadership. Qureshi said that "mega projects" like the construction of a motorway connecting Peshawar and Kabul and a railway network between Quetta and Kandahar can strengthen trade relations between the three countries.
Furthermore, the trio of delegations discussed the importance of China and Pakistan's "technical assistance in different sectors" for Afghanistan's progress. He said peace in his country is vital for peace and security of the entire region.
FM Qureshi also met with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi and Afghan foreign minister Salahuddin Rabbani in Kabul, Express News reported.
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said the Memorandum of Understanding was signed on the sidelines of the trilateral summit between Afghanistan, Pakistan, and China.
Afghan foreign minister Rabbani stressed upon collective efforts to tackle terrorism in the region and linked the peace and stability in Afghanistan with the development and prosperity of the region.
FM Qureshi is accompanied by Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua and other senior officials of the Foreign Office on his one-day offical visit to Kabul.
After the meeting on Saturday, Pakistan's Foreign Minister, Shah Mahmood Qureshi pushed for a new chapter with Afghanistan, adding that the ongoing blame game would not help in achieving peace or building trust between Islamabad and Kabul.
The meeting was the second one to take place after Beijing had initiated the talks in December previous year in order to ease the rising tension between Kabul and Islamabad whose relationship is highly critical for Beijing's growing economic and political clout in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi described both Afghanistan and Pakistan as its strategic partners, adding that China had great political trust in the two. The foreign minister stressed that peace is imperative to for the region to move forward on the path of sustainable development.
"We are carrying the message of friendship and peace to Afghanistan", he added.