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No Pakistani post destroyed by India on 13 May. Indians tgt civ on both sides of LOC. Pak response restricted to mil tgts only. On 13 May 2017, India targeted innocent civilians. In befitting response Pak Army destroyed Indian posts in Nowshera Sec. (@OfficialDGISPR) Assist Punjab Rangers in operations. Report suspicious activity / information related to terrorism in Punjab direct to Punjab Rangers on following.. Call: 04299220030/99221230 SMS: 03408880047 WhatsApp: 03408880100 Email: [email protected] Postal Address: Headquarters Pakistan Rangers Punjab. 33 Ghazi Road Lahore General Public is requested to report any suspicious activity in Punjab, Balochistan and Sind regarding terrorists at universal no 1135 and for KPK at 1125. These numbers can be dialed directly without any code from mobile or PTCL No.
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75th Annual Formation Commanders conference was held at GHQ. COAS presided the conference which was attended by all General Officers of the Army. Participants were briefed on geo-strategic environment, progress of Operation Radd-ul-Fasaad, operational preparedness against conventional threat and other matters concerning National Security. COAS said budding state of stability achieved after countless sacrifices by the security forces, Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and by the Nation shall be consolidated to have a normalized Pakistan.
            Referring to his recent visits to frontline field formations along our eastern and western frontiers, COAS appreciated the high state of operational readiness and morale of troops especially displayed in response to recent border / cease fire violation. He said that not-with-standing our desire for enduring peace with our neighbors, any hostile action anywhere along our frontiers shall be responded most befittingly. 
            The forum also deliberated on situation in FATA, recent measures for better Pak-Afghan border management, impending FATA reforms and reiterated requirement of reform process in line with aspirations of people of FATA. Improving situation of Balochistan was also deliberated upon. Forum reiterated its resolve to continue meaningful contributions towards stability and progress of Balochistan with support of its people.
          Progress of CPEC and security of CPEC projects were discussed with emphasis to maintain focus on further securing environment for timely progress of this vitally significant mega initiative. Karachi operation, Operations in Punjab and elsewhere will be continued till sustainable stability is achieved.
            The participants expressed their complete satisfaction with the steps taken at Army level and expressed their resolve to protect geo and ideological frontiers of the country.

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Pakistan Navy Ship ZULFIQUAR with embarked helicopter (Alouette) recently undertook goodwill cum training visit of Singapore and participated in Republic of Singapore Navy’s (RSN) 50th anniversary celebrations. During stay at Singapore port, ship actively participated in International Maritime Review (IMR) 2017, International Maritime Defence Exhibition Asia (IMDEX) 2017   and Maritime Information Sharing Exercise 2017.

Upon arrival off Singapore, PN warship was welcomed at sea by Republic of Singapore Navy Ship GALLANT and after anchoring off Changi Naval Base, ship was warmly received by Defence Attache of Pakistan and Singapore Navy officials.

Commander Pakistan Fleet, Vice Admiral Kaleem Shoukat along with Commanding Officer attended various events in connection with RSN 50th anniversary celebrations which beside others included Opening ceremony of IMDEX Asia-17 and International Maritime Security Conference.

The visit provided ample opportunity to Pak Navy officers and men to learn through professional interactions with their counterparts from 21 participating navies.

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1. Annual National Harmony Workshop starts at National Defence University, Islamabad.

2. Five day long workshop aims at enhancing national harmony and integration among Pakistani Youth and increased awareness about the challenges being faced by Pakistan.

3. Renowned Intellectuals, Scholars, Analysts and Policy Formulators will deliver talks to participants of the workshop

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Mr David Hale, US Ambassador to Pakistan met Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ today. Matters of mutual interest including regional security issues were discussed during the meeting.

COAS reiterated Pakistan's stance that its soil is not being used for terrorist activities against any other country nor shall we tolerate any such action against Pakistan. The Ambassador acknowledged  Pak Army's efforts in securing control of areas on Pakistan side of the border and said   that both countries can carry forward the work done towards enduring peace and stability in the region through enhanced coordination and cooperation.

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An IBO was carried out against miscreants hideouts in Surghar Mountain Range Awaran, Baluchistan. Terrorists hideouts and camp destroyed.

During exchange of fire 4 miscreants killed, 2 apprehended.

Large quantity of arms and ammo and communication equipment recovered.

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Keel laying ceremony of 32 Tons Bollard Pull (BP) Tug being built for Pakistan Navy, was held at Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW. Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini, Deputy Chief of Naval Staff (Projects) was Chief Guest on the occasion.

The Tug has a 34 meter overall length with displacement of 481 tons with a maximum speed of 12 knots. It is also fitted with a very robust fendering arrangement for tugging operations of almost all sizes of ships and craft.

While speaking on the occasion,  the Chief Guest highly appreciated the achievement of this important milestone and  said that construction of 32 tons BP Tug is indeed a clear manifestation of PN vision to pursue self reliance in ship  construction. He acknowledged all out support of Ministry of Defence Production and strenuous efforts of  Karachi Shipyard towards attaining this goal.

Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini highlighted that Pakistan Navy is pursuing new inductions of platforms with focus on indegenisation and is continuously awarding contracts to KS&EW for construction of ships. This will not only ensure timely availability of required ships for PN but will also go a long way in consolidating the shipbuilding industry in Pakistan.

Earlier, Rear Admiral Syed Hasan Nasir Shah, MD KS&EW in his welcome address said that a similar vessel was delivered to PN in 2014 which is performing exceptionally good. He also gave a brief outlook of ongoing projects and said that presently KS&EW is undertaking 9 x shipbuilding projects which includes Fleet tanker for PN, MPVs for Pakistan Maritime Agency, Fast Attack Craft(Missile), Multi Purpose Barge for PN and Bridge Erection Boats for Pak Army.  MD KS&EW also thanked Ministry of Defence Production (Government of Pakistan) and especially Pakistan Navy for reposing confidence in KS&EW.

The ceremony was attended by high ranking officials from GoP, Pakistan Navy, corporate sector and KS&EW.

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Today another 4 hardcore terrorists, who were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, destruction of communication/ electricity infrastructure, destruction of educational institutions, attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agencies are executed at Jail of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These convicts were tried by military courts.

Detail of each case is attached.

1. Muhammad Ibrahim S/O Maseen.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in killing of a civilian, destruction of a bridge and attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death of civilians and a soldier. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Rizwan Ullah S/O Taj Mir Khan.      The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in killing of a civilian, kidnapping WAPDA employee and attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in injuries to an officer and a soldier. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Sardar Ali S/O Muhammad Akram Khan.   The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and destruction of educational institution which resulted in injuries and death of soldiers. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

4. Sher Muhammad Khan S/O Ahmed Khan.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in killing of a civilian and attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

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Bismillah ar Rehman nir Raheem

Honorable Chairman HEC, Gen officers, speakers of the Seminar, VCs, faculty members, students, officers, ladies and gentleman, and importantly my colleagues from media AOA.

I stand very privileged here today as your host to welcome you on this Seminar” Role of Youth in Rejecting Extremism” as part of our ongoing op RuF.

As you know ladies and gentleman op RuF is aimed at consolidating gains of all mil ops earlier concluded in Kinetic domain and to bring about an enduring peace and stability. One of its strands is to eliminate extremism from our society. The requirement becomes more pronounced when we see that the nature and character of this conflict has also changed with ideology of ISIS which focuses on targeting minds of our youth.

Ladies and Gentlemen It is our collective duty as ‘state’ and individual duty in our respective domain to shield our youth against this threat. The process involves identification of threat and response measures. Please know that amongst others, we owe our achievements in ongoing operations to the youth. Of all the sacrifices made by uniformed Pakistanis 90 percent contributions are by our youth i.e young soldiers and officers. Let us not allow their supreme sacrifice to go waste and convert our achievements into an enduring success.During the course of this Seminar, we intend to have full spectrum analysis of phenomena of extremism: what is the threat and its fault lines? How students view it? How does it look like from prism of religion and economy and also to suggest response including role of our education institutions and society. Towards the end of the Seminar, before the keynote address by the Army Chief, we look forward to some very healthy and productive interactive session between speakers and the guests. I would particularly request the youth to express their opinions freely and ask any question that may be there in your minds. I sincerely believe that it is only through free exchange of ideas and courage to differ that the dream of truly tolerant Pakistan can be realized.

In the end, let me thank you all ladies and gentlemen for your presence. Our thanks to speakers for sparing time and special thanks to chairman HEC, Dr Mukhtar Ahmed for helping us in organizing the event.

Thank you very much.

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BISMILLAH HIR RAHMAN NIR RAHIM

Respected Chairman HEC Dr Mukhtar Ahmad, eminent speakers; Professor Ahmed Rafiq Akhtar, Dr Shoaib Suddle, Dr Furrukh Saleem, Ghazi Salah ud Din Sahib, Vice Chancellors, Journalists, dear students, valiant soldiers of Pakistan Army, Ladies and Gentlemen.


Assalam-o-Alaikum!

It is a matter of great honour and privilege for me to speak to you today on a topic of great importance. In the first place, my compliments to the organizers for arranging this successful event at a short notice. My special thanks to the speakers for their excellent presentations and valuable inputs.

Now I will give you my take on the subject.


Ladies and Gentlemen!

We as a Nation, have fought the menace of terrorism most valiantly, giving unparalleled sacrifices. Our Armed forces have set an example for the whole world in cleansing these barbarians from their potholes. Our success is acknowledged the world over.

I am grateful to Almighty ALLAH for bestowing this honour and pride on me to command such a brave, professional and dedicated Army and I have no hesitation in saying that ours is the best Army in the world.

It would not have been possible without your support. Each one of you was on our back. I want to appreciate every segment of the society, especially our LEAs and the media, for their consistent support in helping us cutting these monsters to their size.

Today, we are at the most critical phase of our war against terror. As we transit gradually from major operations against terrorism to more intricate, targeted operations against residual threat, under the ambit of Operation Rad-ul-Fasaad, we must also find ways to ensure that the causes behind terrorism are addressed and National Action Plan is actualized.

Foremost amongst them is extremism. Please remember, while Army fights terrorists, terrorism and extremism is fought by law enforcing agencies and society.


Ladies and Gentlemen!

Pakistan is a young Nation, both in historic and demographic terms. Demographically, over 50% of our population is projected to be less than 25 years of age. The future of our country literally lies with the direction that our youth take over the next few years.

We are standing at a crossroads; ten year down the line, we will either be enjoying the fruits of a youth dividend or suffering at the hands of a youth bulge, especially with the youth which remains vulnerable to extremism.

Extremism is a relative term. It is relative to our perception of what is ‘normal’. Therefore, we will only have a clear concept of extremism if we have a clear concept of our own identity and values. A youth driven towards extremism is a youth without a clear idea of his values and identity.

Most important stimulus driving a young adult, is to find purpose and meaning in life. It is during this stage that one is ready to commit; to professions, to relationships, to causes and to ideologies. It is a wonderful stage in life; but it is also the most vulnerable.

 

Ladies and Gentlemen!

The term ‘extremism’ is often unjustly applied to devout sections of Muslim societies, alienating them in the process.

Although it is not always out of malice, but misunderstanding; yet it is imperative that we understand extremism in our own context

The Western definitions of Countering Violent Extremism are mostly confined to what they call ‘Islamic extremism’

It is unfair and dangerous. Unfair, because of its inherent and totally wrong association of extremism with Islam. Dangerous, because it focuses too much attention on Muslim societies and masks the rise of extremism in multiple societies across the world.

Just next door, India seems to have given in to extremism to such an extent that it has become the new normal. Hate has been mainstreamed in India and it is distorting there national outlook.

The Hindutva extremism of the RSS and their GaoRakshaks, deprivation of Palestinians, the burning and desecration of mosques or gurdwaras in western capitals, the rise of hyper nationalists and the monster of racism, are all manifestations of extremism. We can easily say, it is emerging as a transnational phenomenon hence warranting a transnational, unified response.

Extremism is not due to any religion or ideology, it is a mindset where passion has given way to hate and intolerance of others.

 

Ladies and Gentlemen!

Extremism is also related to the environment and the time we live in. From that perspective, we must admit that  Pakistani youth is getting exploited due to poor governance and lack of justice in the society. The whole Muslim world seems to be on fire. The country seems threatened from multiple directions. It just does not seem fair.

Our challenges are very real but there are positive sides to the picture as well. Not only have we survived the worst onslaught of terrorism in modern history, we have reversed the tide. In fact, security has now achieved conditions to help development take off.

Despite incessant propaganda, the fact is that as a Nation, Pakistan has rejected terrorism. That speaks of the robustness of our social and religious values and I have no doubt that we equally reject extremism in all its manifestations.

The first ever PSL Cricket Final at Lahore and celebration of 23rd March with three foreign contingents, has shown that our spirit is unbreakable and no one can isolate us.

Youth are taking part in political discourse in unprecedented numbers and are active in the social arena as well. They are winning accolades for academic achievements abroad.

Whether it is the record of youngest achievers, maximum number of straight As or a global technology competition, our youth stand out and make us all proud.

We have organized today’s event to find collective solutions against extremism which affects everyone of us, including our most precious asset, our youth. We, the entire nation, including the parents of these young students expect them not only to be educated but groomed into balanced personalities, productive citizens and future leaders. With the intellect, skills and the talent that they have, we are sure that they will be able to do wonders for Pakistan in every field.

With Pakistan becoming securer and promising by the day, it is perhaps time to reverse brain drain. Your country needs you more than any other country in the world.


Ladies and Gentlemen!

Our enemies, both state and non-state, are actively pursuing divisive tendencies in society. Let me say that they are waging the biggest and most sustained Hybrid War against us from multiple directions and using multiple ways.

We are being targeted by not only terrorists but also spin masters of multiple hostile agencies, trying to subvert our minds, particularly that of our youth. Being denied opportunities in the mainstream media, they are using faceless platforms on the internet and smart phones.

It does not give me pleasure to say that they are being helped actively in their cause by some countries. Indian Leadership has made no secret of his active involvement in proxy struggle in erstwhile East Pakistan and now in Balochistan; nor are the assertions of some other leaders, any more secret.

We are cognizant of these threats and are actively countering them with the support of the whole Nation. In fact, our homes, educational institutions and media houses are the first line of defence against extremism in the society. When I say educational institutions, they include schools, madrassahs and even institutes of higher learning.

Please remember, we have defeated terrorism together, now we will go after extremism too and rout it with our values, mental faculties and physical energies.

Pakistan has done well in denying terrorists of all hues and colours, any foot hold in our territory. We have ensured the writ of State in the farthest and remotest corners of the country. Today there are no safe havens for any miscreants in Pakistan.

We are actively taking measure to ensure that even residual presence does not use Pakistan’s soil against any country, nor will we tolerate others doing so against us.

Having defeated terrorism physically, now their deceitful message and narrative must also be defeated  .

These so called Muslims, have nothing to do with Islam. They are just a bunch of thugs and killers led by their greed and evil ideologues

If you ever ask them why they are laying Muslim lands to waste, they will tell you that they are only doing it for reform. Yet that is precisely what Quran says about the miscreants or Fasadis in Surah e Baqra,“and when it is said unto them, do not cause fasad on the earth, they say, we are but reformers”.

They have realized that through ballot they cannot achieve power but through violence they can, therefore coercion, fear and destruction are their tools of choice. If you strip away the guile and verbosity, what they say amounts to stopping the fire by lighting more fire.

Islam is not hostage to a specific form of government, a specific set of laws or a particular interpretation. It is a grand framework for whole humanity that can thrive in any system and any society.


Ladies and Gentlemen!

The ultimate objective of any religion is to teach you how to live a good life, not how to die a destructive death – glory comes in pursuit of the end towards a good society, not as an end in itself. Islam expects you to enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong. That is all as far as your social responsibility is concerned.

You cannot impose your views on anyone. La Ikraha fiddeen. There is no compulsion in religion. There is no legitimate force less the force of the State.

Therefore, let’s reduce violence from our society so that we are able to rebuild Pakistan. The world is moving ahead and we cannot afford to be left behind.

Let’s join hands to counter extremism by providing ideal environment in your respective institutions and through diligence and discipline. Let’s help each other in identifying, curtailing and defeating any attempts to pollute the minds of our youth.

I thank you for a very patient hearing. Pakistan Paindabaad.

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COAS with VCs of Universities on the occasion of a seminar "Role of Youth in Rejecting Extremism" held at Army Auditorium GHQ on 18 May (Thursday)

COAS addressing the seminar "Role of Youth in Rejecting Extremism" held at Army Auditorium GHQ on 18 May (Thursday)

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Today another 4 hardcore terrorists, who were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, destruction of educational institutions, attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agencies are executed at a Jail of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These convicts were tried by military courts.

Detail of each case is as under.

1. Ahmed Ali S/O Bakhat Karam.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, Law Enforcement Agencies and destruction of an educational institution which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers a
nd civilian. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Asghar Khan S/O Aziz Ur Rehman.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, Law Enforcement Agencies and destruction of educational institution which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Haroon ur Rasheed S/O Mian Said Usman.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, Law Enforcement Agencies and destruction of an educational institution which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers and civilian. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

4. Gul Rehman S/O Zareen.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death of a civilian and a soldier. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

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A seminar on “Role of Youth in Rejecting Extremism” will be held tomorrow (Thursday) at Army auditorium under arrangements  Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR). The seminar is being held in collaboration with Higher Education Commission of Pakistan. Eminent persons from Academia, all vice chancellors of universities, students, students and mohtamim of madaris, national / international Media and civil society will attend. General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) will make the keynote address.

All update of seminar will be available at ispr.gov.pk/YouthSeminar.

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CJCSC / Deputy Chairman Development Committee National Command Authority (NCA) General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, NI (M), visited Khan Research Laboratories (KRL). During the visit, the General was briefed on various developmental projects related to National Strategic Programme. CJCSC expressed his satisfaction on the performance and achievements of the Scientists and Engineers working at the facility. Acknowledging their services to the prestigious National cause, he appreciated them for their dedication, devotion and selfless services towards making the defence of country impregnable.

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United Nations Military Observers at UNMOGIP were invited to GHQ to register a protest over unprovoked Ceasefire Violations (CFV’s) and targeting of civilian population by Indian Army on 10th, 13th and 16th May 2017. Indian Army used Small Arms, Automatic and Heavy Caliber Weapons, Heavy Mortar (122 mm Mortars) and Field Artillery in Sabzkot, Baroh, Tandar, Khuiratta, Kot Koterra and Karela Sectors to target Pakistani villages resulting in shahadat of 1 x civilian and injuring 15 x others including women and children.

UN Military Observers were also apprised with latest situation along Line of Control (LOC).

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One Star Border Flag Meeting was held between representatives of Pakistan and Afghanistan at Friendship Gate Chaman  today.

Pak delegation was led by, DIG FC Balochistan and Afghan delegation was led by Brig ex Afghan Border Police.

Afghan delegation asked move out of Pak troops presently depl along International Border in Kill Jahangir & Kill Luqman  before  proceeding for census.

Pak delegation maintained that Pak troops are depl along International Border on Pakistan side and shall remain there. Both sides agreed to maintain cease fire till  consensus is reached.

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H.E Mr. Sadik Babur GIRGIN, Ambassador of Turkey, called on General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee at Joint Staff Headquarters, Rawalpindi. Matters related to bilateral defence and security Cooperation came under discussion.

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During  intelligence based operations in village Mutre, Tehsil Dattakhel (NWA) and Village Pangi Pari Khel (SWA) Security forces recovered huge quantity of arms  and ammunition including,  SMGs ,anti aircraft gun, rockets, grenades and various caliber ammunition from  abandoned  compounds .The recovered arms & ammunition were  buried underground.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah is on an official visit to China.  During the visit, the Naval Chief called on Commander PLA(N) China, Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong.

Upon arrival at PLA(N) Headquarters at Beijing China,  the Admiral was received by Commander PLA(N) China, Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong. Ceremonial Guard of Honour was presented to the Naval Chief on the occasion.

Prior to the formal call on, the Naval Chief was given detailed briefings regarding PLA(N) China.  During the call on, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah dilated upon matters of mutual interest and bilateral naval collaboration including Maritime Security and Stability, Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan (CMCP), Counter Piracy Operations, drug trafficking and joint collaboration in various projects. Admiral Zakaullah thanked Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong for active participation by PLA(N) in Multinational Naval Exercise AMAN 17 and also looked forward to further enhancing the interaction between both navies through port calls, Bilateral Naval Exercises and exchange of training programmes at various levels.

Commander PLA(N), acknowledged the significance of close and strong bilateral naval association in diverse realms between Pakistan Navy and PLA  Navy.  While lauding the professional acumen and commitment of PN personnel, Vice Admiral Shen Jinlong highly appreciated the efforts of Pakistan Navy to maintain collaborative security in the Indian Ocean and beyond.

The deep rooted naval collaboration between Pakistan Navy and PLA (Navy) has become even more important in the backdrop of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to effectively handle complex challenges in the maritime domain. In this context, the recent visit of Naval Chief is expected to go a long way in promoting maritime security and stability in the region and greatly enhance the bilateral cooperation between the two Navies.

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Indian troops committed ceasefire violations at LoC in Karela,  Kotkoterra,  Khuiratta, Sabzkot, Baroh, Tandar & Khanjar Sectors. Pakistani troops befittingly responding to Indian unprovoked firing. Exchange of fire which started at 0700 hrs continues.

3 x civs of Sohana Vill (Kotkoterra Sector) suffered injuries.

Haji Muhammad Younis s/o Abdul Aziz.

Rehana Bibi w/o Muhammad Asif.

Samina Begum w/o Tufail Mughal.

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Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited troops deployed along Line of Control in Nikial Sector. COAS was briefed on situation by local commander. He appreciated high state of operational readiness, effective response to Indian Cease Fire Violations and high morale of troops. COAS also visited parents of shaheed Lieutenant Khawar at his home who embraced shahadat during an operation at Bannu. He hailed supreme sacrifice of the officer and his family for the motherland. Commander Rawalpindi Corps Lieutenant General Nadeem Raza accompanied COAS.

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Indian ceasefire violations continue through the day. After Nikial in the morning now in Baroh sector. Exchange of fire continues. Pakistani troops aggressively engaging Indian bunkers firing on civilians.

3 civilians including two women injured due to Indian firing.

1. Zamurd Begum , age 58 yrs.

2. Shazia Parveen age 35 yrs.

3. Muhammad Inzimam age 17 yrs.

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Indian Army has been targeting innocent civilians on both sides of Line of Control in recent past. Any misadventure by Indian Army across Line of Control will be a miscalculation, shall be responded with full force and could lead to unintended consequences.
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A Two Star level security meeting among delegates from Pakistan, Afghanistan and Resolute Support Mission was held at General Headquarters Rawalpindi . The delegations were led by Afghan DGMO Major General Habib Hesari and Resolute Support Mission's Deputy Chief of Staff (Operations) Major General Christopher Haas. Pakistan was represented by DGMO Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza.
During the trilateral meeting, the senior delegates stressed upon the need to defeat Daesh through complementary efforts in respective areas of operations.

The trilateral meeting was succeeded by a Two Star Pakistan-Afghanistan Bilateral Meeting, in which both sides discussed measures for improving military-to-military coordination and cooperation. Chaman incident, border control / management and measures to curb cross-border fire violations were also discussed. Both sides agreed to enhance frequency of bilateral interactions at multiple tiers through different command and staff channels to foster an environment of mutual respect, trust, cordiality and cooperation.

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COAS Condemns heinous terrorist attack on convoy of Deputy Chairman Senate. He expresses grief on loss of innocent lives. COAS has directed for best possible medical treatment to the injured who have been evacuated on Army helicopter to CMH Quetta.

COAS said that such acts of terrorism cannot lower our national resolve to continue with our positive trajectory of peace, stability and economic progress.

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Major terrorist act averted in Parachinar. On 25 Mar, a threat warning was received about terrorists' plan to explode a veh borne IED (white Binjo 2005/6 Model) on Civilian/LEAs in Parachinar and surroundings. Thereafter, LEAs a/w int tcls were on the hunt to track the veh. On 11 May, int tcls tracked same vehicle near Kharlachi. Security forces traced the vehicle and found it fitted with heavy explosive.

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Today another 4 hardcore terrorists, who were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, destruction of educational institutions, attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, Law Enforcement Agencies and Saidu Sharif Airport are executed at Jail of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. These convicts were tried by military courts.
Detail of each case is as under.

1. Bakht-e-Ameer S/O Ameer Zareen. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death and injuries to officers and soldiers. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Asghar Khan S/O Ahmad Jan. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan, Law Enforcement Agencies and destruction of educational institution which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers and civilians. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Muhammad Nawaz S/O Gul Muhammad. The convict was active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death of soldiers. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

4. Mushtaq Ahmed S/O Muhammad Miraj. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Saidu Sharif Airport, killing employees of Metrological Department and destruction of an educational institution which resulted in death of civilians and injuries to soldiers. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

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General Qamar Javed Bajwa COAS visited various military installations at Quetta garrison. He interacted with young officers undergoing various courses at School of Infantry and tactics. He also delivered annual address to students of Command and Staff College. He spoke on security perspective both external and internal with contours of response by Army. He appreciated the efforts of Army in  bringing peace to the country and playing very active role in stability operations.

COAS also visited CMH Quetta to meet injured personnel of Chaman incident.
Earlier on arrival at Quetta he was received by Comd SC Lt Gen Aamer Riaz. IGT&E, Lt General Hidayat ur Rehman was also present.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah is on an official visit to Indonesia. During the visit, the Naval Chief called on Commandant Marine Corps, Maj Gen Bambang Suwantono, and Commandant Western Fleet Command, Rear Admiral Aan Kumia of Indonesia.

Upon his arrival at Marines Base and Western Fleet Command Headquarters, Naval Chief was presented Guard of Honour.

During the meeting with Commandant Marine Corps, Maj Gen Bambang Suwantono, diverse matters of professional interest ranging from Maritime Security and Stability, Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan (CMCP), Counter Piracy Operations, drug trafficking and various avenues to enhance interoperability between Pakistan and Indonesian Navy were dilated upon. Naval Chief also highlighted Pakistan’s commitment and performance in fight against terrorism in general and Pakistan Navy’s efforts for maintaining regional peace and security in particular. Gen Bambang Suwantono acknowledged strong foundations and historical ties between Pakistan and Indonesia and lauded PN efforts and focused commitments in support of collaborative maritime security in the region and extending cooperation in diverse fields to Indonesian Navy.

Later, Chief of the Naval Staff called on Commandant Fleet Command, Rear Admiral Aan Kumia. Upon his arrival at Western Fleet Command Headquarters at Jakarta, Indonesia, he was warmly welcomed by Commandant Fleet Command and was also given detailed briefings regarding western Fleet Command of Indonesian Navy.

During the meeting, professional matters of mutual interest came under discussion. The Naval Chief Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah appreciated the professionalism and commitment of Indonesian Navy officers and men. The commandant Western Fleet Commmand highly lauded the role and contributions of Pakistan Navy in spearheading various initiatives for maintaining peace and stability in the region.

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The tweet on 29 April 2017 was not  aimed at any government office or person. Recommendations as contained in Para 18 of the Inquiry Committee Report, duly approved by the Prime Minister, have been implemented, which has settled the Dawn leaks issue. Accordingly, ISPR's said Twitter post stands withdrawn and has become infructuous.

Pakistan Army reiterates its firm commitment and continued resolve to uphold the constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and support the democratic process.

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6th Population & Housing Census 2017 is in progress across the country. Being a National cause, Pakistan Navy is extending all out support by deploying more than three thousand PN personnel for enumeration duties and security of the field staff and, in collaboration with Pakistan Army and Civil Government.

In order to interact with troops deployed for census duties in different areas of interior Sindh, Commander Karachi Rear Admiral Ather Mukhtar visited Sukkur and Khairpur today.

Upon his arrival at Circuit House Khairpur, Commander Karachi was apprised about deployment details of PN personnel assisting the enumeration process in districts of Thatta, Tharparkar, Badin, Mirpur Khas, Sanghar, Nawabshah, Hyderabad, Petaro, Khairpur and Naushero Feroz. Commander Karachi also met local and district administration officers and notables who appreciated PN efforts for rendering active support for the smooth conduct of census 2017. Commander Karachi expressed his satisfaction over Pakistan Navy’s role to ensure credibility, transparency and security of the operation in different areas of Sindh.

The first phase of 6th National Population Census began on 15 March 2017 and successfully completed on 15 April 2017 in which around 3000 PN personnel were deployed. The second phase is under progress which will culminate on 25 May 2017. Pakistan Navy is rendering active support by assisting the government of Pakistan towards successful accomplishment of the National cause.

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Today another 4 hardcore terrorists, who were tried by Military Courts have been executed. These terrorists were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, attacking a mosque, destruction of communication infrastructure, attacking Law Enforcement Agencies and Armed Forces .

Detail of each case is attached.

1. Qaiser Khan S/O Habib Khan. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e- Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in killing of an innocent civilian and destruction of communication infrastructure. The convict admitted the offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Muhammad Umar S/O Saida Jan. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan .He was involved in destruction of an educational institution and attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Qari Zubair Muhammad S/O Sakhi Muhammad. The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in abetting a suicidal attack on a mosque, which resulted in death of soldiers, civilians and injuries to several others as well as possessing fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

4. Aziz Khan S/O Ashber. The convict was active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and destruction of communication system which resulted in death and injuries to soldiers. He was also in possession of suicide jacket. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah is on an official visit to Indonesia. During the visit, the Naval Chief called on Chief of the Indonesian Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi.

Upon his arrival at Indonesian Naval Headquarters, the Admiral was received by his counterpart, Chief of the Indonesian Navy, Admiral Ade Supandi. Guard of Honour was also presented to the Naval Chief on the occasion.

During the meeting, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah dilated upon matters of mutual interest and bilateral naval collaboration. Chief of the Indonesian Navy acknowledged the significance of close and strong bilateral naval association in diverse realms between Pakistan Navy and Indonesian Navy. Admiral Zakaullah thanked Admiral Ade Supandi for active participation by Indonesian Navy in Multinational Naval Exercise AMAN 17 to join hands for common resolve of ‘Together for Peace’ and also looked forward to further enhancing the interaction between both navies through port calls and Passage Exercises (PASSEXs).  Chief of the Indonesian Navy, while lauding the professional acumen and commitment of PN personnel, highly appreciated the efforts of Pakistan Navy to maintain collaborative security in the Indian Ocean and beyond.

The visit is expected to greatly enhance the bilateral collaboration between Pakistan and Indonesian Defence Forces in general and the two Navies in particular in various avenues.

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Army support continues for phase 2 of 6th Housing and Population Census. 1st Phase had concluded on 15 Apr 17 completing set target in 63 Districts of all provinces including AJ&K and GB. Census material of phase 1 from all districts across the country has been safely transported to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics in Islamabad under Pakististan Army’s protection.
Phase 2 is in progress and set to conclude as planned on 25 May 2017.

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General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, CJCSC met Australian Chief of Defence Forces, Air Chief Marshall Mark Binskin in Australia during his official visit. Matters of mutual professional interests with particular reference to global and regional security environments, were discussed.

CJCSC also held separate  meetings with other Australian Armed Forces Service Chiefs, Minister of Foreign Affairs and other Australian officials.

Australian dignitaries appreciated  high professional standards of Pakistan Armed Forces and their valued contributions in regional peace and stability.

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1. FATA. IBOs conducted in Khyber and South Wazirastan. Security forces recovered  suicide jackets ,explosive cylinder , IEDs ,Anti tank mines and detonators.

A large quantity of arms & ammunition of various caliber including SMGs, pistols, 12.7 & 14.5 mm, Rockets also recovered from a abandoned terrorist compound in village Lalejai and Weshtonai area  of South Wazirastan agency.

2. In Punjab Joint search operations and IBOs conducted by Punjab Rangers, police and intelligence agencies in Lahore, Attock, Islamabad, Sialkot, Narowal, Shiekhupura, DG Khan, Rahimyar Khan and Rajanpur. Suspects apprehended along with arms and ammo.

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COAS Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Karachi Corps HQ. He was briefed on security situation in Karachi, progress of op Raddul Fasad and support to Census in Sindh Province. COAS appreciated the efforts of Pak Army and Pakistan Rangers (Sindh) for their contributions towards successful execution of these assignments. He said that peace in Karachi is vital for stability in Pakistan. He also appreciated efforts of intelligence agencies and security forces in winning back dissident / sub nationalist elements in to national mainstream through positive engagement. COAS reiterated that efforts will continue till restoration of complete normalcy in Karachi and the Province. Earlier, COAS was received by Commander Karachi Corps Lieutenant General Shahid Baig Mirza. DG Rangers Sindh was also present.

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Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, visited the injured at Combined Military Hospital Quetta today to express solidarity and solace with victims and their families. The tragic firing incident occurred when Afghan forces opened unprovoked firing, targeting personnel of the Frontier Corps/Security forces and the population census team near the Pakistan –Afghanistan border at Chaman.

While expressing his profound grief and sincere sympathy on this tragic incident, the Naval Chief strongly condemned the gory incident targeting innocent/defenceless civilians including women and children. He pledged that in this hour of tragedy, the officers, men and civilians of Pakistan Navy stand firm with the nation and Law Enforcement Agencies  and in particular with the aggrieved families.

On the occasion, the Naval Chief also paid rich tributes to Sepoy Hassan Ali who embraced Shahadat yesterday during the incident.

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COAS visited Awaran, Balochistan today. He was briefed about security situation and community assistance initiatives by Army and FC in Southern Balochistan. He was briefed that almost 150,000 individuals have benefitted from medical initiatives including an active partnership with civil administration to enhance the capacity of DHQ Awaran. 200 students from Awaran are also being provided free education with boarding and lodging by Army and FC. A new school has also been recently established by FC Balochistan.

COAS lauded efforts of Army, FC and other LEAs which have resulted into improved security and law and order situation. He said that we shall continue to facilitate development efforts in Balochistan.

Later COAS also met local elders / notables who appreciated Pakistan Army's efforts for security and development in the area. COAS acknowledged and thanked the locals for their support to security forces.

Earlier, on arrival, COAS was received by Commander Southern Command Lieutenant General Aamir Riaz.

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Indian troops committed ceasefire violation and targeted civilians with mortars in village Thruti in Nakiyal sector at LoC. Four civilians injured
a. Barkat begum w/o M Nazir, Age 65 yrs..
b. Ihsan Naseer s/o M Naseer., Age 12 yrs.
c.Naseer Ahmad s/o Nazir Ahmad, Age 42 yrs.
d. Farzana Kausar w/o M Naseer.,Age 35 yrs.
Pakistani troops effectively responded to silent Indian firing.

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Afghan Border Police opens fire on FC detailed for security of Population Census team. One civilian shaheed, 18 individuals including 4 FC Balochistan soldiers injured.

Since 30th April, Afghan Border Police had been creating hurdles in conduct of census in divided villages of Killi Luqman and Killi Jahangir in Charnan area on Pakistani side of the border. This was done despite the fact that Afghan authorities had been informed well in advance and coordination was carried out through diplomatic and military channels for conduct of census. Exchange of fire continues. Chaman crossing closed.

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a. Exchange of firing has stopped
b. Flag meeting between Pakistan and Afghan security officials is expected shortly at Chaman crossing.

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Hotline contact between Pakistan and Afghan Director General Military Operation established. Director General Military Opeartions(DGMO) Pakistan Army Major General Sahir Shamshad Mirza condemned unprovoked firing on Pakistani villagers and security forces which caused casualties. He told his counterpart that the villages are divided i.e. situated on both sides but Pakistan forces and civilians are on own side of the border. Afghan Director General Military Operations  acknowledge that border is in between villages and not at the ditch which is well inside Pakistan as being perceived by them. He asked Afghan DGMO that their forces to stay on their side of the border and defuse the situation.  DGMO Pakistan Army  told his counterpart that we shall continue our work within our border. A local commanders level Border   Flag meeting  is in progress post the hotline. Afghan DGMO agreed to take up the matter and issue necessary orders accordingly. Fire has stopped as of now.

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COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Hyderabad Garrison today. He was briefed on operational and administrative matters regarding Hyderabad Garrison and Thar. COAS was apprised that Army has distributed almost 4,000 tons of ration, benefitting more than 1,90,000 families through continuous initiative since 2014. Medical camps in Thar have benefitted 1,61,000 patients in under privileged areas while water supply is now reaching 0.6 Million population and 0.7 Million live stock.

COAS appreciated efforts of the formation and said that Pakistan Army is proud to have undertaken Nation Building projects across the country in pursuit of our continuous service to the people of Pakistan. He also addressed officers and troops of Hyderabad Garrison.
Earlier on arrival at Hyderabad COAS was received by Lt Gen Shahid Baig Mirza Commander Karachi Corps.

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Namaze Janaza of Shaheed Sepoy Hasan Ali offered today at Quetta Garrison.  Sepoy Hasan embraced shahadat today due to Afghan Border Police targetting firing in Chaman.  Commander Southern Command Lieutenant General Aamir Riaz, IG FC, General Officers Commanding and large number of  Army personnel  attended the Namaze Janaza of shaheed . Jasde Khaki  of the Shaheed will be taken to his native town for  burial  with full military honour.

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Ambassador Sabine Sparwasser, German Special Representative for Pakistan-Afghanistan met Chief of Army Staff General QamarJaved Bajwa today. Matters of mutual interest including regional security issues with particular emphasis on Pak-Afg Border management were discussed during the meeting.
The visiting dignitary acknowledged Pakistan Army's contributions towards regional peace and stability.

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Another 4 hardcore terrorists, who were tried by Military Courts have been executed today . These terrorists were involved in committing heinous offences relating to terrorism, including killing of innocent civilians, attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agencies.

Detail of each case is as under.

1. Barkat Ali S/O Abdul Ghafar.    The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in killing of a civilian and was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

2. Muhammad Adil S/O Muhammad Akbar Jan.  The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in kidnapping and slaughtering soldiers of Frontier Constabulary and destruction of Police Station. He was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

3. Ishaq S/O Abdul Hai.   The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan and Law Enforcement Agency which resulted in death of a Junior Commissioned Officer and injuries to a police constable. He was also in possession of explosives. The convict admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

4. Latif Ur Rehman S/O Saif Ur Rehman.   The convict was an active member of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan. He was involved in kidnapping/ killing personnel of Law Enforcement Agencies and attacking Armed Forces of Pakistan which resulted in death of soldiers. The convict was also in possession of fire-arms and explosives. He admitted his offences before the Magistrate and the trial court. He was awarded death sentence.

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Lieutenant General A.W.J.C De Silva Chief of Sri Lankan Army visited GHQ today. Upon arrival he laid floral wreath at Yadgar-e-Shuhada. The visiting General called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa and was also briefed about Pakistan Army’s continuing campaign against terrorist and banned organisations.

The Chief of Sri Lankan Army appreciated Pakistan Army’s achievements and contributions towards National and Regional security. The visiting General thanked Pakistan Army for incessant support to Sri Lankan’s fight against terrorism and expressed full confidence in Pakistan’s ability to completely overcome the menace in near future.

COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa thanked his Sri Lankan Counter Part for his visit and acknowledgment. Both sides reaffirmed their determination to work  together for enhancing regional security and continuing existing military to military cooperation.

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Iran's Foreign Minister, Mr  Javad Zarif Khonsari called on COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ today. Issues of bilateral interest and regional security were discussed. Both sides agreed on improving bilateral broader coordination to deny any space to the terrorists. Tremendous bilateral cooperation potential was identified in various fields. The visiting dignitary  appreciated the efforts of Pakistan and Pak Army against terrorism.

COAS said that Pakistan is committed to have lasting  relations with Iran and will keep up its efforts to reduce friction amongst brotherly Muslim Countries.

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General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee called on HM King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud during his official visit to Saudi Arabia. He also called on General Abdur Rehman bin Saleh Al-Bunyan, Chief of General Staff, Royal Saudi Armed Forces at Jeddah. Regional security issues  and matters of bilateral interests were discussed.  HM King Salman appreciated  Pakistan's fight against terrorism and continued efforts for peace and stability in the region.

King Abdul Aziz Medal of Excellence, the highest military award of KSA, was conferred on General Zubair Mahmood Hayat.

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