RAWALPIND: Afghan Chief of General Staff, General Sher Muhammad Karimi visited General Headquarters, called on Chief of Army Staff, General Raheel Sharif and stressed upon the need of cooperation between Pakistan and Afghanistan to eradicate the terrorism from the region.
During the meeting, issues related to peace and stability in the region specially in Pakistan, Afghanistan, and Pak-Afghan border were discussed. Both sides military leaders discussed about the border management situation and measures to further enhance defense training cooperation between both armies.
Meanwhile, Afghan CGS visited the Pakistan Military Academy Kakul and addressed to the 132nd passing out parade. Gen Karimi said that Pak-Afghan region is suffering from war and terrorism from last four decades but the objective of peace is still attainable. Region faces the greatest threat from militants and terrorists who have no concern with religion or moral values.
He said, “terrorists are the common enemies of Pakistan and Afghanistan and we must ensure backing and support of our peoples in order to win these non-sectors.” He appreciated the Pak army for being the world’s best army and that he is feeling proud to attend the passing-out parade of Pakistan Army cadets.