UK: Chief of the army staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday said that the country is prepared to require its bilateral relationship with the uk to the “next level” for mutual profit because the country moves towards increased stability.
The army chief is presently in London on an official visit where he received a guard of honour upon arrival. Discussions along with his United KingdomPaki counterparts touched on the bilateral bond created by the Pakistani diaspora in Britain and therefore the 2 country’s shared interests in international politics and political economy.
According to the Inter-Services public relations (ISPR), General Bajwa met United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Chief of Defence staff General Sir Nicholson Carter, and control delegation-level talks on the prevailing security atmosphere and cooperation.
The army chief additionally referred to as on Secretary of State for Defence Gavin Williamson, the Prime Minister’s special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan (SREP) Gareth Bayley National Security consultant (NSA) Mark Sedwill.
The evolving regional security atmosphere and matters of mutual interest were additionally mentioned throughout the conferences, supplementary the ISPR statement.
“British leadership was unanimous in acknowledging Pakistan’s extraordinary achievements in Counter-terrorism and counseled the improved security state of affairs in Pakistan and its positive efforts towards regional peace and stability.”