Pakistan and Afghanistan on Friday agreed on a comprehensive "action plan" to flush out terrorism and check drug trafficking by strengthening border security management and maintaining close coordination. This was announced at a news conference jointly addressed by Interior Minister Rehman Malik and his Afghan counterpart Muhammad Hanif Atmar. It was first-ever action plan in the recent past, agreed upon by the two countries, following the ministerial level meeting hosted by the US administration. "We held detailed talks that led to significant achievements, a common agenda to fight common enemies," the Afghan Minister said adding "we have agreed on a new mechanism of cooperation to deal with the menace of terrorism," he was quoted as saying by the official APP news agency of Pakistan. Malik said that US has assured the two countries of their support, in terms of capacity building, infrastructural support and training to their security forces. Similar help has also been promised by UK Australia and Canada. "We have decided that the terrorists will not be given any space or gap to carry out their heinous agenda, harassing and killing innocent people," he said. "We believe that success lies in unity and implementing a common strategy."