Constructive engagement, humanitarian assist needed for enduring peace in Afghanistan: COAS – Pakistan

Chief of Military Workers Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday mentioned constructive engagement and sustained humanitarian assist by the worldwide neighborhood was “crucial” for attaining enduring peace and stability in war-torn Afghanistan.

He made the remark whereas chairing a gathering of the Corps Commanders Convention (CCC) on the Basic Headquarters in Rawalpindi.

The assembly comprehensively reviewed the worldwide, regional and home safety state of affairs, the director normal of the Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned in a collection of tweets. It was knowledgeable concerning the state of affairs in neighbouring Afghanistan, the safety alongside the Pakistan-Afghanistan border and safeguards put in place towards varied threats, the DG ISPR added.

The military chief expressed “satisfaction” concerning the efficacy of Pakistan’s border administration system due to which the nation’s borders remained safe and inside safety remained intact amid the quickly unfolding state of affairs in Afghanistan.

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He additionally appreciated Pakistan Military’s function and assist within the “total and transit-related efforts undertaken in assist of evacuation of international and Afghan populace from Afghanistan to different nations”.

He reiterated Pakistan’s agency dedication to peace, the DG ISPR mentioned.

Throughout the assembly, the discussion board termed shut cooperation amongst all regional stakeholders needed to determine peace and stability in South Asia.

It paid tribute to the lifelong battle and sacrifices of veteran Hurriyat chief Syed Ali Shah Geelani, who passed away earlier this month, and expressed solidarity with individuals in occupied Kashmir who proceed dealing with oppression and violence by the Indian state.

In the meantime, the COAS additionally appreciated the troops for safety throughout Muharram and directed them to stay fully able to counter typical and non-conventional threats towards the nation.

“The designs of exterior and inside forces inimical to peace and stability in Pakistan shall be thwarted in any respect prices,” the COAS reiterated.

A day earlier, the nation’s civil and army management vowed to satisfy all exterior and inside safety challenges vigorously by eliminating re-emerging terrorists and extremist teams via coordinated efforts of all related authorities.

Additionally they reviewed and revised the Nationwide Motion Plan (NAP) launched in January 2015 to crack down on terrorism and complement the anti-terrorist offensive within the erstwhile Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata).

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