Pakistan's anti-terrorism strategy a role model for others: PAF chief

Air Chief Marshal says Pakistan plays a "pivotal role" in dealing with conventional threats and non-state actors

Web Desk November 07, 2015
Pakistan Air Force has avoided collateral damage on many occasions, says air chief marshal. STOCK IMAGE

Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Saturday said Pakistan's anti-terrorism strategy is a "role model for others" and plays a "pivotal role" in dealing with conventional threats and non-state actors.

Addressing the seventh Dubai International Air Chiefs Conference in Dubai, Aman asserted that Pakistan's anti-terrorism strategy is not only vital in counter-acting threats, but also a role model for others, according to Radio Pakistan.

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The air force has avoided collateral damage on many occasions in its many anti-terrorism operations, the air chief marshal said.

Earlier, the military was ranked as the 11th strongest military in the world, as per a Credit Suisse report on globalisation.

Ranked seven spots after India’s military, the report gave Pakistan a final military strength score of 0.41. The report also revealed that Pakistan’s active personnel number stands at 710,000 and has it more weaponry than Germany, Australia, and Canada.


Dallas Ali | 6 years ago | Reply @Sid: Well said Syd!!
Sid | 6 years ago | Reply Pakistan's anti terrorism strategy is the model all nations should avoid at all cost, was what the PAF chief was trying to say.
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