Emir of Qatar acknowledges Pakistan’s role in strengthening its armed forces

Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani discusses regional security with army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa

News Desk March 08, 2017
Army chief Gen Qamar Bajwa meets Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani in Qatar on Wednesday. PHOTO: ISPR

Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani has acknowledged Pakistan’s role in developing and strengthening of their armed forces.

In a meeting with army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa, who is an official visit to the middle-eastern country, the Qatari leader reiterated that both the countries shared a strong strategic relationship.

Sheikh Hamad Al Thani, the military’s media wing said on Wednesday, expressed desire for enhanced defence and security cooperation with Pakistan. “The Emir thanked COAS for visiting Qatar, which strengthens the bond between two brotherly countries and armed forces,” the communiqué raid.

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He “acknowledged Pakistan’s positive role towards regional peace and stability, and commended successes of Pakistan Army in its campaign against terrorism and militancy”.

The army chief also expressed gratitude to the Emir for his hospitality, saying Pakistan Army looked forward to enhanced defence and security cooperation with Qatar.


kilo | 7 years ago | Reply Did they also issue any new letter to help save NS in panama ?!
kemosabe | 7 years ago | Reply @Shah: The only reason for these rent-a -foot soldier deals in the GCC is in so that the ruling elite have a safe haven once they're kicked out of Pakistan.
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