Gen. Bajwa discusses security matters with Iranian civil-military leadership

RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa met Iranian civil and army leadership right through his ongoing discuss with to Tehran and mentioned problems associated with geo strategic surroundings, defence and security, and financial cooperation.

According to Inter Services Public Relations, General Qamar Javed Bajwa met Iranian Iranian President Hassan Rouhani at Presidential Palace, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javed Zarif at Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Chief of General Staff (CGS) Major General Muhammad Bagheri at General Staff HQ the place he used to be introduced guard of honour and laid floral wreath at Martyrs Monument.

Delegation degree talks have been additionally held.

Iranian leadership thanked the Army Chief for his seek advice from and stated Pakistan’s sacrifices and achievements in warfare towards terror, contributions against regional peace and the necessary sure position that Pakistan is enjoying on this regard.

In the assembly, General Bajwa mentioned problems associated with geostrategic surroundings, defence and security, and financial cooperation at bilateral and regional degree.

Afghan state of affairs, rising risk of Daesh within the area and Pak-Iran border security additionally got here beneath dialogue.

The Army Chief termed Pak-Iran border as border of Peace and Friendship and emphasised its higher security control with the intention to deny its exploitation by the terrorists being a not unusual enemy.

Both facets agreed to additional the proposals for its formalization.

The COAS stated that Pakistan and Iran are two brotherly neighbors with shared historical past, tradition and faith, including that each armies have historical past of defence collaboration and cooperation which has nice mutually benefitting possible for its enhancement.

Leaders of each side agreed to stick enganged for enhanced bilateral cooperation whilst collectively running to lend a hand in bringing

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