COAS Gen Bajwa discusses bilateral military cooperation with top British commander

08:19 PM | 24 Jun, 2019
COAS Gen Bajwa discusses bilateral military cooperation with top British commander
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LONON - Pakistan's Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa met British Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) Sir Nick Carter on Monday.

According to the military's media wing, both the military chiefs discussed the geo-strategic environment and bilateral military cooperation between the two countries.

Director General, Inter-Services Public Relations, Major General Asif Ghafoor detailed that a session of delegation level strategic dialogue was held between the two sides.

The army chief is in the United Kingdom on an official visit for meetings with senior British civil-military leadership.

A few days earlier, Gen Bajwa spoke at the International Institute of Strategic Studies in London and affirmed that Pakistan was on the cusp of achieving sustainable, irreversible, enduring peace and stability.

“Improving security situation would attract foreign investment in Pakistan,” he said.

“International partnership, support and determination also hold importance to cope with regional challenges and foreign investment is key to regional contacts,” the military chief added.

The military chief also visited the Lord's cricket ground on Sunday to catch a glimpse of the Pakistan cricket team playing against South Africa in the 2019 Cricket World Cup; Green Shirts won the match.