Pakistan Army chief assures Bill Gates of cooperation in drive against polio
RAWALPINDI – Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa appreciated the efforts being made by Co-Chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Bill Gates to eradicate polio in Pakistan, and assured him continue cooperation.
In a telephonic conversation, COAS and Gates discussed matters related to Pakistan's commitment for comprehensive Polio eradication and COVID-19.
The renowned philanthropist also appreciated Pakistan Army for supporting national polio drive, ensuring proper reach and coverage.
Bill Gates also appreciated Pakistan's success against COVID-19 despite resource constraints.
The Army Chief attributed the success to a true national response, executed through the mechanism of NCOC which allowed optimization of resources.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa said it was a national cause and credit goes to all involved in the process.
The COAS appreciated his efforts towards this noble cause and assured him continued cooperation.
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