Bajwa, US diplomat discuss Afghan peace process

Published May 13, 2021
In this file photo, US Charge d’Affaires to Pakistan Angela Aggeler meets Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa. — Photo courtesy ISPR/File
In this file photo, US Charge d’Affaires to Pakistan Angela Aggeler meets Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa. — Photo courtesy ISPR/File

RAWALPINDI: Angela Aggeler, US Charge d’ Affairs to Pakistan, called on the Chief of the Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday.

During the meeting, matters of mutual interest, overall regional security situation, bilateral cooperation in various fields, fight against Covid-19 and recent developments in the Afghan peace process were discussed.

The army chief said Pakistan had sincerely supported the peace process, adding that a prosperous, stable and peaceful Afghanistan is in the best interest of region in general and Pakistan in particular.

The COAS expressed the hope for greater Pak-US bilateral cooperation in all domains in future.

The US dignitary appreciated Pakistan’s continuous efforts and support for peace and stability in the region and pledged to enhance relations between the two countries.

Published in Dawn, May 13th, 2021

Opinion

Wheat import and food security
22 Oct 2021

Wheat import and food security

Wheat is the only commodity which justifies government intervention as the poor strata cannot be left at the mercy of the market
Living with Covid
Updated 22 Oct 2021

Living with Covid

Mental health professionals have been warning that Covid has brought with it a depression crisis.
Cricket aggression
Updated 22 Oct 2021

Cricket aggression

Good thinking, good plans and good execution will create a quality institution that can produce great teams.
Markets and disinformation
Updated 21 Oct 2021

Markets and disinformation

Journalists should be allowed to work freely as Pakistan's weak investor sentiment can't bear burden of an avalanche of fake news.

Editorial

Spate of attacks
Updated 22 Oct 2021

Spate of attacks

Following a near-constant decline since 2016, the year 2021 has witnessed a precipitous rise in violence-related fatalities in KP.
22 Oct 2021

Libel suits

THE outcome of two libel cases recently decided by courts in England should be edifying for the government — if it...
22 Oct 2021

Education losses

A NEW report on the education losses suffered by Pakistani children due to pandemic-induced school closures sheds...
Not just cricket
Updated 21 Oct 2021

Not just cricket

Hype surrounding the match — sold out as soon as tickets sales opened — has overshadowed the other games, as well as other teams.
Local governance
21 Oct 2021

Local governance

The court ruling restoring local institutions in Punjab should go a long way in ensuring the continuation of grassroots democracy.
21 Oct 2021

Breast cancer awareness

LIKE so many other issues relating to women’s health in Pakistan, breast cancer is not a subject of serious...