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.
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