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Army Chief Bajwa reaches Kabul to attend Defence Conference

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  1. BHarwana

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    KABUL: General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief Of Army Staff (COAS) has reached in Kabul, Afghanistan to attend Chief of Defence (CHOD) Conference, said Pakistan Army’s media wing on Tuesday.


    According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), Commander US CENTCOM, Commander Resolute Support Mission (RSM) and Afghan Army Chief are also attending the conference.

    Army Chief General Bajwa will participate in the high level defence conference in the Afghan capital. The senior military officers will discuss mutual security challenges, improve mutual relationships and foster security cooperation.

    On Monday, newly appointed Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Ishan Mustafa Yurdakul called on Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Rawalpindi.

    Earlier, newly appointed Turkish Ambassador to Pakistan Ishan Mustafa Yurdakul called on Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Rawalpindi on Monday.

    They discussed matters of mutual interest including regional security issues.

    The two sides noted the exceptional mutual relations between the brotherly Nations and pledged to further improve the same.

    Visiting dignitary also acknowledged and appreciated Pakistan Army’s contributions for peace and stability in the region.

    Meanwhile, Iranian Ambassador Mehdi Honardoost also called on General Bajwa and discussed matters of mutual interest and Pak-Iran border management with him.




    https://www.samaa.tv/pakistan/2018/02/army-chief-bajwa-reaches-kabul-attend-defence-conference/
     
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    Pak, Central Asian Chief of Armies in Kabul for Defense Talks


    Pakistan Army Chief, General Qamar Javid Bajwa and three other army chiefs from Central Asian countries have already arrived in Kabul to hold meetings and talks about security in the region, a source in the government said to Ariana News.

    The meeting and talks are reportedly arranged to be hold in the Kabul international airport.

    The Pakistan media previously reported citing from the country’s Inter Service Public Relations (ISPR) that General Bajwa arrived in Kabul today, February 13, to attend Chief of Defence Conference.

    Pakistan’s ISPR statement further noted that “the COAS is expected to meet Commander USCENTCOM, Commander Resolute Support Mission( RSM ) and Afghan Army Chief in the CHOD conference”.

    Earlier this month a high level Pakistani delegation led by the country’s foreign deputy minister, Tahmina Janjua, visited Kabul to restore the battered relations of Pakistan and Afghanistan.

    The Pakistani delegation visit was also followed by an Afghan high level delegation visit from Islamabad led by the Deputy Foreign Minister, Hekmat Karzai, which ended without any expected result, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Afghanistan.

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    Not sure why Pakistan's Army head have to go attend this unnecessary Risky Meeting , with a nation that does not respects Pakistan , when our General is there he (Karzai) shakes our hand when we are back in Pakistan , he goes on Radio/Newspaper and TV and criticizes Pakistan

    Should have sent a Junior Staff member

    Coalition Support Fund reimbursed to Pakistan $0 yet we continue to attend this uselss Centcom / Wentcome gatherings

    When these crooks are not giving us our owed expenses why are we even entertaining their uncessary meetings for ?

    Why does our Military heads don't understand a simple scenario "There is NO PEACE unless Afghanistan is 100% occpied by Pakistan"
     
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    It is not just Pakistani COAS but COAS from many Central Asian Nations. These are important meetings to counter terrorism and Afghanistan is the center of terrorism as ISIS foot print in Afghanistan is increasing.
     
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    For uncontrolled countries like Afghanistan their only reality is an ultimatum

    This is exactly what will Happen , our COAS will come back from there , and next day Karzai or who ever is the pupet will be giving news article statements "Anti Pakistan" in nature

    If meeting had to be held it should have been held in Pakistan Islamabad as we are GREATER country then this nasty uncontrolled Afghanistan region

    Just do a skype call like rest of world , not sure why our folks give so much value to this Kabul government


    a) Are we getting 18 F16 , NO
    b) Is our Coalition Fund released in full capacity 100% with Dignity , NO
    c) Has Karzai Apologies for his remarks about Pakistan and claims of Terrorism , No
    d) Was a apology issued to hurting our National Sentiment with no acknowledgement of our loses in WOT ? , No



    Karzai and his goon should move their tiny behinds and come to Islamabad to seek help or our approval not the other way around

    Or Least they can do is request our assistance in Humbling manner , if they wana grab our feet that would be ok as well

    So why?

    Just send them post card "Sorry we are busy right now"
     
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