Pakistan’s first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue kicks off tomorrow


ISLAMABAD – The National Security Division is all set to hold the first-ever Islamabad Security Dialogue, starting from Wednesday (March 16), with an aim to unveil Pakistan’s new strategic direction based on a comprehensive security framework.

The two-day conference, which is being organized with the cooperation of its Advisory Board and five leading think tanks , will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Imran Khan, who wants peace, regional connectivity and development partnerships with the world.

Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa will attend the session of second day as the guest of honour.

At the event, the premier will also launch the first of its kind Advisory Portal of the National Security Division, providing a platform to think tanks and universities working on the national security to share their recommendations with country’s leadership.

The event will be attended by former officials and local and global policy experts to debate Pakistan’s critical national security issues, and generate ideas shaping global society and the future of human civilization.

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