The Chinese People’s Liberation Army soldiers and Pakistani commandos from the Special Service Group (SSG) participated in a joint military exercise in Jhelum as part of a Pakistan-China anti-terrorist drill.  – Text and photos by Agencies.

Pakistan army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, (left), listens to a reporter during a joint press conference with General Hou Shusen, Deputy Chief of the People's Liberation Army, China, at the conclusion of a joint. ? AP Photo.
Pakistan army Chief Gen. Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, (left), listens to a reporter during a joint press conference with General Hou Shusen, Deputy Chief of the People's Liberation Army, China, at the conclusion of a joint. ? AP Photo.
Chinese and Pakistani troops take part in a joint exercise. AP Photo.
Chinese and Pakistani troops take part in a joint exercise. AP Photo.
Chinese paratroopers jump from a Chinese Y-8.-AP Photo
Chinese paratroopers jump from a Chinese Y-8.-AP Photo
Chinese and Pakistani troops take part in a joint war exercise. ? AP  Photo.
Chinese and Pakistani troops take part in a joint war exercise. ? AP Photo.
Pakistan and Chinese soldiers take part in a joint. AP Photo.
Pakistan and Chinese soldiers take part in a joint. AP Photo.
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers and Pakistani commandos from the Special Service Group (SSG) shout ?Long live China, long live Pakistan? as they wrap up their two-week military exercise. ? AFP Photo.
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers and Pakistani commandos from the Special Service Group (SSG) shout ?Long live China, long live Pakistan? as they wrap up their two-week military exercise. ? AFP Photo.
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers take part in the Pakistan-China anti-terrorist. ?AFP Photo
Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers take part in the Pakistan-China anti-terrorist. ?AFP Photo
Pakistan's army chief General Ashfaq Kayani (L) and General Hou Shusen (R), Deputy Chief of  Staff of Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), watch the Pakistan-China anti-terrorist drill. ?AFP Photo.
Pakistan's army chief General Ashfaq Kayani (L) and General Hou Shusen (R), Deputy Chief of Staff of Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), watch the Pakistan-China anti-terrorist drill. ?AFP Photo.

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Col.Nazar Iqbal
Nov 26, 2011 04:46pm
Good idea.Dependable&reliable friend.
Andy Warren
Nov 26, 2011 12:16pm
lol :) , against whom?? Both parties need to define what is terrorism first.
zeeshan
Nov 26, 2011 07:38pm
I want stable relation between china and Pakistan on the basis of trade, on the basis of military and in everything. because China is true friend of Pakistan instead of United states and India.
Shoaib Bingi
Nov 27, 2011 01:35am
Pakistan is nw in worst condition, nd nw if pak wil not take a serious action against the bordr violation, then it'll b a shameful act for a civilion governmt....here is said situation is that the 25 soldiers of pak get the honourble as by getting shahadat... May Alah give us a strength to take a serious action
Naveed
Nov 27, 2011 06:23pm
I think ,this is a good idea because ,Pak army and chines army will learn more from this drill thnx
MD. AMZAD HOSSAIN
Nov 27, 2011 10:58pm
We don't any war in this sub continent. we want to live peacefully . the political leaders of Pakistan and china should realize the necessity of peace and prosperity. they should avoid any type of war or provocation done by USA.
BRAR
Nov 28, 2011 08:15am
Nice to see the soldiers in the joint exercise. The real achievement will be; a) to educate the masses through reformed education system, b) taking stern action against people promoting terrorism and supporting terrorist, c) a more progressive govt not having policies where terrorists are used to achieve strategic means, and d) have strong and honest civilian leadership free of military influence.
Robert Smith
Nov 28, 2011 08:24am
Pakistan has its own stratgic interest is holding such joint military exercise with China. Of course it should not be considered as a threat to any one because other countries do hold such military exercises with their friendly countries. These exercises are part of one country's relations with other countries.
CJ
Nov 28, 2011 09:24am
Amusing - like a rat practising with a cat how not to eat rats......
Majid Khan
Dec 03, 2011 10:31pm
Am proud to see Pakistan and China working together to bring Peace and eliminate Terrorist from all areas. It shows the importance of both Nations working for a Peaceful World. China and Pakistan has a Long History together because our forefathers once stood against any threat, remember the Mughal Empire!!!. Long Live China Long live Pakistan!!!. India should not see this as a threat because believe me America and NATO hate to see you rise just as China, I hope true India's join China, Pakistan and work together to become the most POWERFUL Force just as the Mughal once were.