Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa reiterated on Friday Pakistan’s dedication to peace in Afghanistan, stressing constructive engagement and humanitarian assist within the neighbouring nation.
Gen Bajwa’s remarks got here as he chaired the 243rd Corps Commanders Convention (CCC) as we speak, the Inter Providers Public Relations (ISPR) said.
In a collection of tweets from the DG ISPR’s official account the navy’s media wing reported that, “The individuals took complete assessment of worldwide, regional and home safety surroundings. Discussion board was apprised on prevalent state of affairs in Afghanistan, particularly safety alongside Pak-Afghan Border and efficient safeguards in place towards numerous threats.”
The ISPR added that the COAS expressed satisfaction over the efficacy of the great border administration regime as a consequence of which Pakistan’s borders and inner safety remained intact amid a crisis-like state of affairs within the area.
“The COAS concluded that the designs of exterior and inner forces inimical to peace and stability in Pakistan shall be thwarted in any respect prices,” the communique mentioned.
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The ISPR added that the, “COAS appreciated Military’s assist and position in direction of the general evacuation & transit associated effort undertaken in assist of evacuation of overseas and Afghan populace from Afghanistan to different nations.”
Reiterating Pakistan’s agency dedication to peace, the COAS mentioned constructive engagement and sustained humanitarian assist for Afghanistan by world group is crucial for enduring peace and stability.”
The ISPR added that, “Shut cooperation amongst all regional stakeholders is important for a affluent and peaceable area.”
The CCC individuals additionally paid homage to late Kashmiri chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani for his lifelong battle and sacrifices as chief of the indigenous Freedom Motion in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu & Kashmir (IIOJK), and expressed solidarity with the Kashmiri individuals who proceed to face Indian state oppression and violence.
“[The] COAS appreciated formations for his or her efforts for conduct of Muharram in a peaceable method and instructed full readiness to counter standard and non-conventional threats,” the ISPR mentioned.