US Ambassador David Hale has said thanks to armed force Chief Gen Qamar Bajwa for his dedication of not permitting aggressors to utilize Pakistan’s soil to direct assaults against any nation, particularly Afghanistan.
In a meeting with Hale at the GHQ in Rawalpindi on Monday, both the COAS and the US minister repeated their countries’ sense of duty regarding a protected, stable, and prosperous Afghanistan, said an announcement issued by the US Embassy Islamabad.
— US Embassy Islamabad (@usembislamabad) May 22, 2017
Minister Hale, the dispatch stated, emphasized US President Donald Trump’s call amid his current discourse at the Arab-Islami summit for a dream of peace, security, and flourishing, and solidarity in vanquishing fanaticism and fear mongering.
“Minister Hale asserted Pakistan’s part and extraordinary gives up in this exertion,” it said.
A comparable explanation was discharged by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), which said that the US envoy recognized Pakistan Army’s endeavors in securing control of zones on Pakistan side of the outskirt.
US Amb met COAS."Our soil is not being used for T activities agnst any other cty nor 'll we tolerate any such action angst Pak"COAS pic.twitter.com/iA84m4Wa0A
— Maj Gen Asif Ghafoor (@OfficialDGISPR) May 22, 2017
“Both nations can convey forward the work done towards persisting peace and soundness in the area through upgraded coordination and collaboration,” the military media wing cited Hale as saying.
Islamabad points the finger at Kabul for facilitating Jamaatul Ahrar and different aggressors in charge of doing an influx of assaults in February that executed 130 individuals the nation over and provoked feelings of dread of an activist resurgence.
Afghanistan additionally routinely blames Pakistan for giving place of refuge to the Afghan Taliban.