Gen Raheel, John Kerry discuss regional security

US Secretary of State welcomes progress on improving Pakistan-Afghanistan relations

Web Desk December 01, 2014

WASHINGTON DC: Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif and US Secretary of State John Kerry held a meeting in Washington and discussed regional security issues, Radio Pakistan reported Monday. 

US Secretary of State welcomed progress on improving Pakistan-Afghanistan relations and termed it a step towards regional stability.

He assured General Raheel of his country's full support to Pakistan in this regard. Kerry also acknowledged Pakistan's role in fighting terrorism and its sacrifices.

He praised Pakistan Army's professionalism and termed it a truly binding force.

DG ISPR Asim Bajwa also took to his twitter account this morning to announce a productive meeting between General Raheel Sharif and John Kerry.


MSS | 7 years ago | Reply

Eh, how much can they be discussing? Gen. Sharief has been there for quite a while now.

observer | 7 years ago | Reply

@Muhammad Usman:

"What a ‘proud moment’ for Pakistan. The Army chief meeting foreign minister of USA. He must have discussed ‘professional’ issues related to an army that is ‘foreign’ to Pakistan."

Good satirically stated truth. This picture of the Pak army chief discussing foreign policy with US Secretary of State (foreign minister) says it all about who control Pakistan's foreign policy. Can't imagine such a thing happening in any other democratic country.

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