ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Australia on Tuesday showed their commitment to further enhance joint measures to end human trafficking, terrorism as well as transnational crimes and two joint working groups would focus on these issues. The decision was taken in a meeting held between Interior Minister Rehman Malik and Chief Operating Officer Customs and Border Protection Service Australia Michael Pezzullo. Malik informed media after the meeting that Australia was providing Pakistan with a forensic laboratory as well as imparting training to Pakistani officers of police and law enforcement agencies in Australia for their capacity building. He termed Pak-Australian relations as of great importance and that would be further enhanced in times to come. Malik said both countries had formed two joint working groups to end human trafficking, terrorism and transnational crimes.