Corps Commanders’ Conference pledges to safeguard country from external threats
Rawalpindi: The Corps Commanders’ Conference Thursday pledged to safeguard against all external threats while consolidating gains of counter-terrorism military operations, which have put security situation of the country on positive trajectory for socio-economic progress and development.
The pledge was made at 216th Corps Commanders’ Conference, presided Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa, in Rawalpindi.
The forum highlighted importance of regional approach to eliminate roots of terrorism and attached hopes for success of ongoing Afghan reconciliation process while supporting all stakeholders to bring Afghan war to a peaceful logical conclusion.
Speaking at the conference, the Army Chief said: “we shall continue to support all state institutions for peace, stability and progress of the country in best interest of the people of Pakistan.”
The Corps Commanders Conference reviewed geo-strategic environment with special focus on regional security and situation on eastern and western borders including Line of Control.
Progress of ongoing stability operations for internal security was also discussed.