COAS, UK defence chief talk about Afghan humanitarian disaster

Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa and Chief of Defence Staff (CDS) of United Kingdom Admiral Sir Antony David Radakin have mentioned navy cooperation, regional safety and the present safety and humanitarian state of affairs in Afghanistan, the navy’s media wing stated.

During the telephonic dialog on Thursday, Gen Qamar congratulated the Admiral on assuming his new appointment and hoped that he would play his function in additional strengthening cooperation between the 2 nations, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) stated in a press release.

It stated that Gen Qamar pressured the urgency for devising an institutional mechanism for channelling humanitarian help to Afghanistan to avert a looming humanitarian disaster.

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“He also reiterated that Pakistan wants cordial ties with all its neighbours in pursuit of regional peace and prosperity,” the ISPR added.

Concluding, the assertion stated that the British dignitary lauded Pakistan’s function within the present Afghan state of affairs and its function in regional stability, and pledged to play his half for additional enchancment within the safety cooperation with Pakistan in any respect ranges.

Earlier immediately, whereas speaking to Ambassador of Japan Wada Mitsuhiro on the General Headquarters, Gen Qamar reiterated the necessity for devising an institutionalised mechanism for channelling humanitarian help to Afghanistan to avert a looming humanitarian disaster.

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

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