Incoming Japanese ambassador calls on COAS Qamar Bajwa
RAWALPINDI (92News) – Incoming Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan Kuniori Matsuda called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa at GHQ on Friday.
According to the ISPR, matters of mutual interest, including regional security issues, were discussed during the meeting.
They noted the exceptional mutual relations between both countries and pledged to further improve the same.
The visiting dignitary acknowledged and appreciated Pakistan’s contributions for conflict prevention in the region.
COAS visits Northern Light Infantryman Battalion along LOC
Earlier on May 4, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Northern Light Infantryman (NLI) Battalion along the Line of Control (LOC) on Saturday.
According to the ISPR, the COAS hailed state of operational readiness, high morale and motivation of the troops.
He appreciated a befitting response to provocative Indian fire despite restraints on Pakistan Army due to safety and security of Kashmiris along the LOC.
COAS Qamar Bajwa said: “We are well aware of defence and security challenges being faced by the country and we are capable to defeat all threats ‘irrespective of the front’.”
Commander Rawalpindi Corps also accompanied COAS Qamar Bajwa.
COAS appreciates FF Regiment’s contributions, sacrifices
Earlier on April 30, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Frontier Force Regimental Centre, Abbottabad.
During his visit, the army chief installed Lieutenant General Aamir Abbasi as Colonel Commandant of the FF Regiment, said the ISPR.
Upon arrival the Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa laid floral wreath at martyr’s monument to pay homage to the martyrs of the regiment.
Outgoing Colonel of Frontier Force Regiment Lieutenant General Ghayur Mahmood Awan, large number of serving and retired officers and soldiers attended the ceremony, read the statement.
The ISPR further stated that the army chief appreciated the contributions and sacrifices of Frontier Force for the defence of motherland during conventional as well as in war against terrorism.