Corps Commanders’ Conference reviews external, internal security

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RAWALPINDI: The 203rd Corps Commanders’ Conference was held in Rawalpindi on Monday in order to analyze and exchange views regarding internal and external situation of the country. 

The conference was presided over by General Qamar Javed Bajwa, chief of Army staff (COAS) was held at GHQ today. The forum undertook a comprehensive review of internal and external security environment.

“The forum also deliberated upon regional security situation, especially Afghanistan and reaffirmed its commitment to regional peace and security. COAS said, “We look forward to a trust based mutual cooperation in this regard which can achieve the policy ends of enduring regional peace,” read a statement by the ISPR.

Forum was also briefed about situation along LOC. The Forum acknowledged positive long term effects being achieved through Operation Radd-ul- Fasaad.

COAS especially appreciated successful conduct of Operation Khyber 4 in a most inhospitable terrain of Rajgal with minimal own casualties which is made possible through high standards of professionalism.

Expressing full satisfaction on Army’s commitment to national defence and security, COAS directed that efforts must continue, in concert with other elements of national power to defeat terrorism/ militancy in order to establish Rule of Law and uphold supremacy of constitution.

 
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Story first published: 7th August 2017

Originally Posted on SamaaNews

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