Czech Republic wants training of troops by Pakistan Army: ISPR

General Raheel Sharif arrives in Prague on a day-long visit where he meets Czech's army chief and defence minister

News Desk June 22, 2016

Chief of the General Staff and Defence Minister of Czech Republic expressed on Wednesday their interest for training of their country’s troops by Pakistan Army, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in a statement.

Chief of Army Staff General Army Raheel Sharif arrived in Prague on a day-long visit where he met the two top officials from the republic.

Army chief discusses bilateral relations, regional security with German FM

During the meeting, topics of mutual interests, military-to-military relations and defence cooperation came under discussions.

The army chief was also presented the guard of honour by the Czech troops, the military’s media wing ISPR said.

On June 20, Gen Raheel had discussed military-to-military ties as well as security cooperation with his German counterpart and the defence minister.

According to ISPR, the top army chiefs met at the “historic Ministry of Defence” in Berlin, where General Raheel was also given a guard of honour.

The army chief was in Germany on a two-day official visit.


INDIAN | 8 years ago | Reply No doubt Pakistan Army is the world's best army, they deserve this deal.
OSD | 8 years ago | Reply @Sandip: Haha.. Actually we do thank Gen Bajwa and company for working well enough to elicit petty remarks from across the border. Ohh how it burns. While we are actually progressing with actual projects, our competitors are day dreaming of super power status.
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