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Australian and Pakistani Military Chiefs Discuss Bilateral Security Cooperation

Islamabad, In a significant development for military collaboration, General Angus J. Campbell, Chief of Defence Forces Australia, met with General Syed Asim Munir, Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, today. The meeting focused on discussions regarding global and regional security dynamics, as well as ways to enhance cooperation between the armed forces of both nations.

According to Inter Services Public Relations, the two military leaders engaged in discussions on matters of bilateral professional interest, particularly emphasizing the global and regional security environment. Both expressed a mutual interest in expanding military-to-military relations further. The Australian Chief of Defence Forces also acknowledged the high professional standards of the Pakistan Armed Forces, their significant achievements in counter-terrorism efforts, and their role in promoting regional peace and stability.

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Hajj pilgrims perform Rukn-e-Azm, Waqoof-e-Arafa today

Around two million pilgrims from across the globe are converging at Mount Arafat, the Jabal ar-Rahmah on the second day of the pilgrimage to perform the major Hajj ritual. Radio Pakistan's correspondent in Maidane-Arafa Bilal Khan Mehsud reports tha...

Australian and Pakistani Military Chiefs Discuss Bilateral Security Cooperation

Islamabad, In a significant development for military collaboration, General Angus J. Campbell, Chief of Defence Forces Australia, met with General Syed Asim Munir, Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, today. The meeting focused on discussions regarding global and regional security dynamics, as well as ways to enhance cooperation between the armed forces of both nations.

According to Inter Services Public Relations, the two military leaders engaged in discussions on matters of bilateral professional interest, particularly emphasizing the global and regional security environment. Both expressed a mutual interest in expanding military-to-military relations further. The Australian Chief of Defence Forces also acknowledged the high professional standards of the Pakistan Armed Forces, their significant achievements in counter-terrorism efforts, and their role in promoting regional peace and stability.

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Hajj pilgrims perform Rukn-e-Azm, Waqoof-e-Arafa today

Around two million pilgrims from across the globe are converging at Mount Arafat, the Jabal ar-Rahmah on the second day of the pilgrimage to perform the major Hajj ritual. Radio Pakistan's correspondent in Maidane-Arafa Bilal Khan Mehsud reports tha...

Australian and Pakistani Military Chiefs Discuss Bilateral Security Cooperation

Islamabad, In a significant development for military collaboration, General Angus J. Campbell, Chief of Defence Forces Australia, met with General Syed Asim Munir, Chief of Army Staff of Pakistan, today. The meeting focused on discussions regarding global and regional security dynamics, as well as ways to enhance cooperation between the armed forces of both nations.

According to Inter Services Public Relations, the two military leaders engaged in discussions on matters of bilateral professional interest, particularly emphasizing the global and regional security environment. Both expressed a mutual interest in expanding military-to-military relations further. The Australian Chief of Defence Forces also acknowledged the high professional standards of the Pakistan Armed Forces, their significant achievements in counter-terrorism efforts, and their role in promoting regional peace and stability.

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Hajj pilgrims perform Rukn-e-Azm, Waqoof-e-Arafa today

Around two million pilgrims from across the globe are converging at Mount Arafat, the Jabal ar-Rahmah on the second day of the pilgrimage to perform the major Hajj ritual. Radio Pakistan's correspondent in Maidane-Arafa Bilal Khan Mehsud reports tha...