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Pakistan-Saudi Arabia discuss ways to deepen bilateral defence cooperation

Karachi, Sep 13: Saudi Arabia and Pakistan discussed ways to upgrade security and defence cooperation on Thursday as Islamabad reaffirmed its back toward capacity developing of Saudi Land Forces.

The promise was made by Pakistan’s Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa during a gathering with visiting military consultant to the Saudi Defense Ministry Major General Talal Abdullah Al-Otaibi at the military headquarter in battalion city of Rawalpindi, a military statement said.

The advancement came days after the visit of Saudi Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Adel al-Jubeir who, together with United Arab Emirates (UAE) Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Minister Sheik Abdullah receptacle Zayed Al Nahyan, held dialogues with top Pakistani administration trying to stem Islamabad’s resentment regarding their mellow response to India’s controversial Kashmir action.

According to Anadolu agency, he gathering discussed issues of common intrigue, provincial security and measures to further improve bilateral defense cooperation, including a training trade program, the announcement included.

“Visiting dignitary acknowledged Pakistan Army’s valuable contributions, particularly towards regional peace and stability,” it noted.

Saudi Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf Saeed Al Malkiy was additionally present at the gathering. Islamabad and Riyadh have, for quite some time, been occupied with guard and financial participation.

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