Pakistan to Work Towards Peace Process in Afghanistan

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Pakistan to Work Towards Peace Process in Afghanistan

Head of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday re-stressed Pakistan’s obligation to Afghanistan harmony measure. 

He was conversing with US Centcom Commander Gen Kenneth F. McKenzie Jr., who approached him at the General Headquarters. 

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) cited Gen Bajwa as having revealed to Gen McKenzie that “Pakistan is focused on endeavors for harmony in Afghanistan as it is significant for harmony in Pakistan”. 

“Matters of common interest and provincial security circumstance with specific reference to progressing Afghanistan compromise measure were examined during the gathering,” said the ISPR. 

Gen McKenzie has been keen to Pakistan’s job for harmony in Afghanistan. Talking at the Middle East Institute on Feb 8, he had said: “They’ve caused us somely.” He had, anyway on that event, added: “We here and there wish they would accomplish more.” 

The Centcom commandant accepts that Pakistan, due to its area, has a vital part in Afghanistan. “Geology gives you certain realities you need to manage. Furthermore, Pakistan is surely one of those realities we must arrangement with,” he had said at the Middle East Institute. 

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The ISPR said the two administrators conceded to the requirement for a political goal of the Afghan clash. 

“Visiting dignitaries recognized Pakistan’s exemplary endeavors in the battle against psychological warfare and guaranteeing territorial soundness,” the assertion added. 

Centcom, in the interim, said in an articulation that nearer coordination in a multilateral way to deal with territorial sea security, particularly in the Arabian Gulf, Strait of Hormuz and Gulf of Oman, was likewise examined. 

“We are focused on investigating new regions for joint effort to look after security, steadiness and thriving inside the area,” Gen McKenzie said. 

In the interim, Russian President’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan Zamir Kabulov approached Army Chief Gen Bajwa at the General Headquarters, as per the ISPR. “During the gathering matters of shared interest, local security circumstance especially advancements in Afghan harmony measure were examined,” it added.

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