Sunday , November 19 2017

Terrorist attacks should not deter our commitment for peace in Afghanistan: Gen Bajwa

Islamabad: Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa has said that Pakistan and Afghanistan have suffered a lot from terrorism and attacks should not deter our resolve and commitments for peace in the region.

According to the Inter Services Public Relations The Army Chief made these remarks during the meeting with o Dr Omar Zakhilwal, Afghanistan’s Ambassador to Pakistan who called on him at GHQ Friday, General Bajwa strongly condemned recent terrorists’ attacks in Afghanistan, including attack on Afghan National Army Base in Kandahar. He expressed his sympathies with the bereaved families.

Earlier, the Afghan Ambassador held a meeting with National Security Advisor of Pakistan, Gen. (retd) Nasir Khan Janjua and discussed bilateral issues. They both expressed their satisfaction over the recent improvement in bilateral relations in the backdrop of General Qamar Javed’s Bajwa visit to Kabul. They stressed the importance of seizing this opportunity to take this relationship forward in the positive direction.

“Today, met with Pak COAS Gen Bajwa in follow up to his Kabul visit, discussing range of issues pertaining to bilateral relations& environment” “Today, meeting & discussion on relevant/important bilateral issues with National Security Advisor of Pakistan, Gen Nasir Khan Janjua”

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