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Pakistan, Qatar consent to support military ties during legitimate visit by CJCSC Gen Nadeem Raza

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Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Nadeem Raza (3L) holding chats with different government and military authorities during his visit to Qatar. — ISPR

Pakistan and Qatar have examined measures to “enhance the level and scope of military engagements between both countries”, an assertion by Inter-Services Public Relations said on Thursday.

According to the assertion, the choice was made during Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Nadeem Raza’s authentic visit to Qatar.

Gen Raza held talks with Qatari Minister of State for Defense Affairs Dr Khalid Bin Mohammd Al Attiyah.

The CJCSC likewise held separate gatherings with Chief of Staff Qatar Armed Forces Staff Lieutenant General (Pilot) Ghanim Bin Shaheen Al Ghanim and all heads of tri-services.

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Nadeem Raza (3L) holding converses with different government and military authorities during his visit to Qatar. — ISPR

During the numerous gatherings, the two sides examined “various areas of interest, bilateral cooperation including security, counter-terrorism and prevailing regional environment particularly with reference to Kashmir and Afghanistan”, said the military’s media wing.

The dignitaries reaffirmed the craving to keep on producing further key ties.

“Chairman JCSC also visited National Security Academy and witnessed various facets of ongoing training. CJCSC appreciated the high standards of training and skills being attained,” the ISPR articulation said.

Upon his landing in Qatar’s GHQ, Gen Raza was introduced a Guard of Honor by a sagaciously turned out unforeseen of the Armed Forces of Qatar.

Gen Nadeem Raza was introduced a Guard of Honor by a cleverly turned out unexpected of the Armed Forces of Qatar. — ISPR

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