Head of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa approached Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed canister Salman and Deputy Defense Minister Prince Khalid container Salman in Jeddah, the military’s media undertakings wing said on Friday.
In an explanation, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said matters of common interest, the territorial security circumstance remembering improvements for the Afghan harmony measure, reciprocal protection, security, working together for provincial harmony and security were examined during the gathering.
The COAS said Pakistan is fearless in its obligation to protect the power and regional respectability of Saudi Arabia and safeguard of the two Holy Mosques, the ISPR proclamation said.
“The crown ruler recognized Pakistan’s part towards territorial harmony and strength. He likewise said that the relations between the realm and Pakistan depend on obligations of fellowship and common trust and the two countries will keep on having their impact for harmony, security and improvement of the Muslim ummah,” it added.
The military boss is right now on a four-day visit to Saudi Arabi in front of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s booked three-day visit to the realm from May 7 (today) to May 9.
On Wednesday, Bajwa met Chief of General Staff (CGS), Saudi Armed Forces, Gen Fayiadh Bin Hamed Al Rowaily.
“CGS KSA [… ] guaranteed full participation and backing from KSA in all drives pointed toward improving territorial collaboration, harmony and solidness,” the ISPR had.
As per the military’s media issues wing, the two officers had examined local security circumstance including Afghan harmony interaction, and military-to-military two-sided collaboration.
Gen Bajwa had called for more prominent military-to-military collaboration between the military of the two nations and said it would decidedly affect territorial harmony and security.