Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa reached Sri Lanka on a two-day official go to on Tuesday and held conferences with the highest Sri Lankan army management, an Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR) assertion stated.
Visiting on an invite from his Sri Lankan counterpart, Gen Bajwa met the chief of defence employees and chiefs of all three providers.
Through the conferences, the 2 sides mentioned numerous new initiatives and ongoing tasks to strengthen defence ties between Sri Lanka and Pakistan, learn the ISPR assertion.
Guard of honour was introduced when the COAS visited headquarters of the Sri Lankan army, the ISPR stated. Gen Bajwa interacted with the school and employees on the Defence Providers Command and Employees School.
The Sri Lankan army management “expressed their gratitude and appreciation for Pakistan’s unequivocal ethical and materials help throughout Sri Lanka’s profitable warfare on terror”, the assertion stated.
Throughout his go to, Gen Bajwa claimed that after having cleared “troubled areas from terrorists of all hues and hues”, Pakistan is now cracking down on militants’ “disorganised residual presence”.
“Pakistan and Sri Lanka are in all probability the one two nations which perceive what it takes to defeat the menace of terrorism,” Gen Bajwa was quoted as saying.
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