COAS reiterates want for swift mechanism to channelise Afghan assist

Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has reiterated the necessity for swiftly devising an institutionalised mechanism for channelling humanitarian help to Afghanistan to avert a looming humanitarian disaster, the navy stated.

Ambassador of Japan Wada Mitsuhiro known as on Gen Qamar on the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) stated on Thursday.

The assertion added that the chief of the military employees underscored the significance of peace and reconciliation initiatives in Afghanistan through the assembly.

The ISPR additional stated that issues of mutual curiosity, regional safety, present scenario in Afghanistan particularly collaboration, partnership in humanitarian help had been mentioned.

The navy’s media wing quoted Gen Qamar as saying that Pakistan values Japan’s function in international and regional affairs and “we look forward to enhance our bilateral relationship”.

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“The COAS also emphasised that peaceful resolution of Kashmir dispute is essential for stability in South Asia and that Pakistan wants cordial ties with all its neighbours in pursuit of regional peace and prosperity,” the communique added.

Concluding, the ISPR stated that the visiting dignitary appreciated Pakistan’s function within the Afghan scenario, particular efforts for regional stability and pledged to play his half for additional enchancment in diplomatic cooperation with Pakistan in any respect ranges.

In October, Japan’s ambassador Kuninori Matsuda known as on the COAS and mentioned issues of mutual curiosity, cooperation in numerous fields, total regional scenario and peace and stability in Afghanistan.

The visiting dignitary appreciated Pakistan’s function within the Afghan scenario together with profitable evacuation operations and pledged to maintain working for higher relations between the 2 international locations.

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