Pakistan, China vow to boost counter-terrorism cooperation at tri service stage: ISPR

Chief of Military Employees Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa (L) and Normal Zhang Youxia Vice Chairman Central Navy Fee of China. — ISPR

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan and China have vowed to boost cooperation in counter-terrorism, an announcement by the Inter-Providers Public Relations stated on Sunday.

Based on the army’s media wing, the 2 international locations “vowed to boost their coaching, know-how and counter-rterrorism cooperation on the tri service stage”.

This resolve was expressed throughout a go to to the Peoples Republic of China by a senior-level tri service army delegation of Pakistan, from June 9 to June 12 (at this time).

The delegation, headed by Chief of Military Employees Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa, held large ranging discussions with senior officers of the Chinese language army and different authorities departments, the ISPR stated.


The “apex assembly” was held on June 12 whereby the Pakistani facet was headed by Gen Bajwa whereas the Chinese language facet was led by Normal Zhang Youxia Vice Chairman Central Navy Fee of China, the assertion stated.

Each side mentioned their views on the worldwide and regional safety state of affairs, and expressed satisfaction on defence cooperation between the 2 international locations, the ISPR stated.

Each international locations “reaffirmed their strategic partnership in difficult occasions and agreed to proceed common change of views on problems with mutual curiosity”, it added.

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