China, Afghanistan vow to fight terror
China and Afghanistan also agreed to intensify cooperation to prevent diseases and natural disasters.
Beijing: China and Afghanistan on Friday vowed to jointly fight terrorism and organised crime.
Both the sides expressed "strong rejection" of terrorism and organised crime, a joint statement issued here after talks between Chinese President Hu Jintao and visiting Afghan President Hamid Karzai said.
They agreed to intensify cooperation to prevent diseases and natural disasters, Xinhua reported.
President Karzai visited China June 5-8, during which he also attended the Shanghai Cooperation Organization summit.