Belgium, Pakistan comply with strengthen military-to-military ties
Belgium and Pakistan agreed Friday to strengthen military-to-military ties, particularly within the domains of defence manufacturing, coaching, counter-terrorism and intelligence, mentioned the navy’s media wing.
In line with the Inter-Providers Public Relations (ISPR), the dedication was made throughout Chief of Military Employees (COAS) Normal Qamar Javed Bajwa’s conferences with Belgian Defence Minister Ludivine Dedonder, Chief of Defence Admiral Michel Hofman, and Chief of Employees of Belgium’s Land Part Main Normal Pierre Gerard.
The military chief is in Belgium on an official go to.
The ISPR mentioned that the Belgian officers and the COAS mentioned issues of mutual curiosity, general regional safety scenario and bilateral relations. He additionally assured the Belgian officers that “Pakistan values its bilateral relations with Belgium”.
“Belgian dignitaries acknowledged the professionalism of Pakistan armed forces. In addition they appreciated Pakistan’s honest efforts for peace and stability within the area and reiterated earnest need for enhancing bilateral cooperation in all domains,” mentioned the ISPR.
Pakistan values its relations with the EU: Gen Bajwa
Earlier, the ISPR had shared that Gen Bajwa had referred to as on European Exterior Motion Providers (EEAS) Secretary Normal Stefano Sannio and EU Navy Committee Chairman Normal Claudio Graziano.
A press release issued by the navy’s media wing mentioned that COAS Normal Bajwa mentioned issues of mutual curiosity, general regional safety, the Afghan scenario, bilateral relations between Pakistan and the European Union with the EU officers.
“Pakistan values its relations with the EU and earnestly seems to be ahead to enhancing mutual cooperation primarily based on widespread pursuits,” the ISPR quoted the COAS as saying.
The hosts, in flip, appreciated Pakistan’s honest efforts aimed and peace and stability within the area and pledged to play their function for elevated collaboration with Pakistan in any respect ranges.