RAWALPINDI (Monitoring Desk) During a meeting with Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Rawalpindi, the Chief of UK military lauded Pakistan’s efforts to bring stability to Afghanistan. ISPR reported the session between Pakistan’s and the message of Chief of UK military chiefs released on Monday.
COAS Bajwa received a visit from UK Chief of Defence Staff General Sir Nicholas Patrick Carter, with whom he explored ways to improve bilateral and defence cooperation. According to the ISPR release, they addressed current developments in the Afghan peace process as well as regional security.
The visiting diplomat lauded Pakistan’s extra effort for peace and peace in the region, particularly the Afghan peace process, according to the ISPR statement.
According to the ISPR release, COAS Bajwa expressed his condolences to the UK military chief on the death of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, and said that the world had lost a highly valued comrade.
COAS Bajwa congratulated the diplomat for the UK’s support to Pakistan’s fight against the coronavirus and said that the Pakistan Army “greatly values” its friendly ties with the UK, according to the report.