RAWALPINDI: General Qamar Jawed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS), visited Kabul, Afghanistan for a day long official visit on Monday.
He held meeting with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. General Sir Nicholas Patrick Carter, Chief of the Defence Staff UK was also present during the meeting.
According to ISPR, matters of mutual interest, current developments in Afghan Peace Process, enhanced bilateral security & defence cooperation and need for effective border management between the two brotherly countries were discussed.
The army chief that a peaceful Afghanistan means a peaceful region in general and a peaceful Pakistan in particular.
“We will always support “Afghan led-Afghan Owned” Peace Process based on mutual consensus of all stakeholders. Afghan President thanked COAS for a meaningful discussion and appreciated Pakistan’s sincere & positive role in Afghan Peace Process.
Later, COAS also called on Dr Abdullah Abdullah, Chairman of the High Council for National Reconciliation of Afghanistan and discussed matters related to Afghan Peace Process.
Lieutenant General Faiz Hamid, Director General Inter Services Intelligence, accompanied COAS during the visit.