Chief of Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa said calmness in South Asia depended on solving existing problems in the region.
He made the remarks in an interview with the supervisors and supervisors of Command & Staff College (C&SC) in Quetta, a report released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) on Monday.
“The COAS talk for partners in 2020/21, focuses on technical, internal and external security and regional security issues,” he added.
In addressing this, General Qamar reiterated Pakistan’s determination and determination to tackle the scourge of crime by following national guidelines.
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“COAS said the future of peace and stability in South Asia depends on tackling the challenges facing the region. This can be combined with international support and tackling the crisis,” he said.
Reflecting on the Covid-19 epidemic, Gen Qamar said the Pakistani military and other government agencies have done everything in their power to address the plight of Pakistanis. “It is a global partnership that can make Pakistan prosperous and prosperous,” ISPR quoted COAS as saying.
Earlier in his arrival in Quetta, the commander-in-chief had been received by Lieutenant General Sarfraz Ali, Commander Quetta Corps; and Major General Amer Ahsan Nawaz, Commandant Command and Staff College.