• Fri. Feb 23rd, 2024
Pakistan and US held talks to improve bilateral defense ties

Pakistan and the United States have agreed to improve bilateral relations in the field of defense. A meeting was held between the American top general and Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir to discuss the matter.

Pakistan and the United States have agreed to improve bilateral relations in the field of defense. A meeting was held between the American top general and Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir to discuss the matter.

according to PTI, US Central Command (CENTCOM) Chief General Michael Eric Kurilla met with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General. MunirAccording to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media arm of the Pakistan Army.

according to PTI, US Central Command (CENTCOM) Chief General Michael Eric Kurilla met with Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General. MunirAccording to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media arm of the Pakistan Army.

Issues of mutual interest, regional security situation and defense cooperation were discussed Pakistan And the U.S.

Issues of mutual interest, regional security situation and defense cooperation were discussed Pakistan And the U.S.

“The visiting dignitary acknowledged and applauded Pakistan ArmySuccesses in the fight against terrorism and Pakistan’s continued efforts to bring peace and stability to the region,” the statement said.

“The visiting dignitary acknowledged and applauded Pakistan ArmySuccesses in the fight against terrorism and Pakistan’s continued efforts to bring peace and stability to the region,” the statement said.

It stated that both sides reiterated their desire to further improve bilateral relations in all areas.

It stated that both sides reiterated their desire to further improve bilateral relations in all areas.

The important meeting came after both countries asked the interim Afghan government to stop using its soil for terrorist attacks against other countries.

The important meeting came after both countries asked the interim Afghan government to stop using its soil for terrorist attacks against other countries.

Last week, the Pakistan army chief had issued a threat The Taliban in Afghanistan “Effective response” if Pakistan does not stop harboring terrorists planning cross-border attacks

Last week, the Pakistan army chief had issued a threat The Taliban in Afghanistan “Effective response” if Pakistan does not stop harboring terrorists planning cross-border attacks

General Asim Muneer said the army had serious concerns over the safe havens and freedom of action Kabul allegedly provided to the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP), also known as the Pakistani Taliban.

General Asim Muneer said the army had serious concerns over the safe havens and freedom of action Kabul allegedly provided to the Tehrik-e Taliban Pakistan (TTP), also known as the Pakistani Taliban.

The TTP had earlier claimed responsibility for the attacks in Balochistan province, which borders Afghanistan.

The TTP had earlier claimed responsibility for the attacks in Balochistan province, which borders Afghanistan.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) issued a statement on Monday after the 258th Corps Commanders’ Conference (CCC) held under the chairmanship of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Azim Munir at General Headquarters, Rawalpindi.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) issued a statement on Monday after the 258th Corps Commanders’ Conference (CCC) held under the chairmanship of Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Azim Munir at General Headquarters, Rawalpindi.

“The sanctuaries and freedom of operation available to the terrorists of the banned TTP and other groups in the neighboring country and availability of latest weapons to the terrorists are cited as major factors affecting the security of Pakistan,” Geo News reported quoting a statement issued by the ISPR.

“The sanctuaries and freedom of operation available to the terrorists of the banned TTP and other groups in the neighboring country and availability of latest weapons to the terrorists are cited as major factors affecting the security of Pakistan,” Geo News reported quoting a statement issued by the ISPR.

Nine soldiers were killed in a terrorist attack in Pakistan. A newly formed terrorist group, Tehreek-e-Jihad, had claimed that Pakistan was behind the attack.

Nine soldiers were killed in a terrorist attack in Pakistan. A newly formed terrorist group, Tehreek-e-Jihad, had claimed that Pakistan was behind the attack.

In another incident reported on July 20, two suicide bombers attacked a sprawling compound containing a police station and government offices in northwest Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least four police officers and wounding 11 others, police and rescue workers said.

In another incident reported on July 20, two suicide bombers attacked a sprawling compound containing a police station and government offices in northwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing at least four police officers and wounding 11 others, police and rescue workers said.

The attack took place in Bara on the border Afghanistan, provincial police chief Akhtar Hayat said. Part of the compound collapsed after the bomb blast, and rescuers said a police officer whose body was later recovered was cremated.

The attack took place in Bara on the border Afghanistan, provincial police chief Akhtar Hayat said. Part of the compound collapsed after the bomb blast, and rescuers said a police officer whose body was later recovered was cremated.

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