Royal College of Defence Studies delegation calls on Governor


A 19 member Royal College of Defence Studies delegation, led by Maj Gen (retd) Simon Leslie called on the Governor of Sindh, Muhammad Zubair here Friday.
Talking to the delegation, that also included military and civil government officials from Great Britain and other countries, Governor appreciated that RCDS offers training to professionals from no less than 50 countries from across the globe.
Muhammad Zubair said challenges emerging at steady pace on international arena has enhanced need for joint training, on regular basis, of the officers from different countries.
Sharing in detail the economic condition of the country and its relationship with neighboring countries, he told the RCDS delegation that contribution made by Pakistan in the war against terrorism is exemplary in itself.
“Infact we had to pay a heavy price for being on the forefront in this war against terrorism,” said Sindh Governor.
Our country is playing a crucial role to help restore international peace and stability, he said mentioning that China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) was also an extension of these efforts.
Successful completion of CPEC will enable Pakistan to emerge as a financially and politically strong country in the region, said Sindh Governor.
He on the occasion also referred to significance of Sindh province itself and said that despite being an agrarian economy it also has significant industrial base.
Sindh holds immense importance due to its two major ports while geographical significance of its capital Karachi further enhances potential for foreign investment, said Muhammad Zubair.—APP