No peace efforts with Republic of India at price of nation’s dignity: COAS

BEIJING: Chief of the military workers General Qamar Javed Bajwa on weekday apprised the Chinese military leadership concerning the peace efforts created by West Pakistan with Republic of India, and same that efforts wouldn’t be created at the price of any compromise on principles or honour and dignity of the state.

The Chinese military leadership supported the Pakistan’s stance on the lingering occupied Cashmere dispute with Republic of India, consistent with a promulgation issued by the Inter-Services promotion (ISPR).

The affirmation was created once the Pak Army chief met General Han dynasty Weiguo and General Xu Qiliang of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in Peking. problems with regional security and defence cooperation were mentioned within the meeting.

According to the statement, the COAS apprised the Chinese military leadership concerning consequences of the continuing scenario in Indian-occupied Cashmere, and same that Republic of India required to respect the international organisation resolutions during this regard and guarantee provision of human rights to Kashmiris.

“Chinese military leadership supported Pakistan’s high-principled stance on Cashmere issue, and appreciated sane Pakistani approach within the interest of peace,” the ISPR declared. The statement additionally same that within the meeting, the 2 sides united that continued Pak-India tension would have serious implications for peace and stability within the region.

Both sides additionally mentioned the developing scenario within the Gulf region and efforts for peace in Islamic State of Afghanistan, the promulgation same. They additionally united to boost the present defence cooperation in line with history of mutual tested relationship.

Earlier, upon arrival at the PLA headquarters, the COAS was given a guard of honour. The COAS is probably going to satisfy upper-level Chinese officers at the side of Prime Minister Imran Khan on his trip.

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