CJCSC takes NATO into confidence about army's security measures along Pak-Afghan border

66 NATO and partner nations discuss security matters in Chiefs of Staff session of NATO Military Committee in Brussels


News Desk January 18, 2018
66 NATO and partner nations discuss security matters in Chiefs of Staff session of NATO Military Committee in Brussels. PHOTO: FILE

Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Zubair Mahmood Hayat, during a high-level meet in Brussels, informed the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Military Committee about Pakistan Army's efforts towards regional peace, according to Radio Pakistan.

Addressing the Chiefs of Staff session of NATO Military Committee on Wednesday, General Hayat said special security measures have been taken along Pak-Afghan border, including raising of additional FC forces and fencing.

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According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the meeting was attended by representatives of sixty-six NATO and partner nations that discussed peace and security matters.

General Hayat highlighted efforts and achievements of the armed forces in counter-terrorism domain, said the ISPR.

On the sidelines of the meeting, he also met Chairman European Union Military Committee General Kostarakos and military representatives from Australia, Turkey, Jordan, Canada and Germany.

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