Bahraini official, military chief focus on Afghan state of affairs

Speaker of the Council of Representatives of Kingdom of Bahrain Fawzia Bint Abdullah Zainal referred to as on Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa and mentioned Afghan safety state of affairs moreover issues of mutual curiosity on Friday, navy mentioned.

“During the meeting, matters of mutual interest, current security situation in Afghanistan and bilateral cooperation in various fields were discussed,” the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) mentioned in an announcement.

The navy’s media wing quoted the military chief as saying that Pakistan desired to take care of the custom of bilateral engagement and wished for long-term and enduring relationship with Bahrain.

“COAS also reiterated the need for global convergence on Afghanistan to avoid humanitarian crisis and coordinated efforts for economic uplift of the Afghan people,” the ISPR added.

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“The visiting dignitary appreciated Pakistan’s role in Afghan situation, special efforts for border management, role in regional stability and pledged to play her part for further improvement in diplomatic cooperation with Pakistan at all levels.”

Last week, particular envoys of US, China and Russia individually referred to as on the COAS and mentioned the state of affairs in Afghanistan in addition to bilateral relations, based on the media wing of the armed forces.

The present safety state of affairs in Afghanistan, and bilateral cooperation in numerous fields have been mentioned in the course of the assembly.

Gen Qamar advised the envoys that Pakistan desired to take care of the custom of bilateral engagement and wished for a long-term and multi-domain enduring relationship with the United States. He careworn the necessity for international convergence on the Afghan situation to keep away from a looming humanitarian disaster.

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