Will continue supporting peace efforts in Afghanistan: DG ISPR

Asim Bajwa stresses on need of strict surveillance along the border to keep check on terrorists escaping Zarb-e-Azb

Web Desk November 15, 2015

DG ISPR Lt General Asim Bajwa has said Pakistan will continue supporting peace efforts in Afghanistan with sincerity.

According to Radio Pakistan, he was speaking to media in Washington on Sunday as he arrived in the United States on an official visit.

Bajwa said Pakistan Army had preempted the neighbouring country terrorists could enter Afghanistan to escape the continuing offensive against militants in the tribal belt, Operation Zarb-e-Azb.

Army chief to visit US on November 15

The DG ISPR stressed on the need for strict surveillance along the Pak-Afghan border to keep a check on terrorists escaping the operation.

About army chief General Raheel Sharif's visit, Bajwa said it was of great importance, given the changing regional environment.

The COAS will hold meetings with US civil and military leadership to discuss regional security and stability, he added.


Sami Shahid | 5 years ago | Reply @KK: when will you shut your mouth? democracy is not an application that you will install it.... it is the job of government....when government is busy in corruption....someone has to take the place..... people of FATA have been provided a shelter.....only terrorists are the target of in FATA.
KK | 5 years ago | Reply @Blithe: Isn't something coming from the horse's mouth better than what comes out from that of the mules carrying coffin of democracy.
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