Pakistan desires multi-domain ties with Bahrain, says COAS Bajwa

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RAWALPINDI – Major General Sheikh Abdul Aziz Bin Saud Al Khalifa, Chief of Staff Bahrain National Guard (BNG) called on General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) at GHQ, on Tuesday, the military’s media wing said.

During the meeting, matters of mutual interests, current security situation in Afghanistan and bilateral cooperation in various fields were discussed.

COAS said that Pakistan desires to maintain the tradition of bilateral engagement and wish for long term & multi-domain enduring relationship with Bahrain.

Gen Bajwa emphasized that for regional peace and stability there is a need for global convergence on Afghanistan with coordinated efforts for economic uplift of the Afghan people.

The visiting dignitary acknowledged the professionalism of Pakistan Armed Forces and vowed to enhance cooperation in various fields.

He also appreciated Pakistan’s role in Afghan situation, special efforts for border management and role in regional stability.

Earlier this month, Fawzia Bint Abdullah Zainal, Speaker of the Council of Representatives of Kingdom of Bahrain, called on the Pakistan Army chief.

According to Inter-Services Public Relation, the security situation in Afghanistan and bilateral cooperation in various fields were discussed in the meeting.

COAS said that Pakistan desires to maintain the tradition of bilateral engagement and wish for long term and enduring relationship with Bahrain.

He also reiterated the need for global convergence on Afghanistan to avoid humanitarian crisis and coordinated efforts for economic uplift of Afghan people.

The visiting dignitary appreciated Pakistan’s role in Afghan situation, special efforts for border management, role in regional stability and pledged to play her part for further improvement in diplomatic cooperation with Pakistan at all levels.

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