From the 9th to the 12th of June, Pakistan’s Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Qamar Javed Bajwa, led a senior-level tri-service military delegation of Pakistan to China. While there, they participated in in-depth discussions on a variety of topics with China’s senior military leadership as well as other government departments.
According to a statement that was released by Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), an important meeting took place on June 12. The Pakistani side was led by COAS General Bajwa, while the Chinese side was led by Vice Chairman of the Central Military Commission of China General Zhang Youxia. The statement was made public by ISPR.
The parties exchanged views on the current state of the world and regional security and explored their own perspectives. According to the report, both parties were pleased with the level of defense collaboration that had been achieved between the two nations.
Pakistan and China have decided to continue their regular exchange of opinions on areas of common interest and have reaffirmed their strategic alliance in these trying times.
Additionally, both parties committed to bolstering their tri-service level collaboration in the areas of training, technology, and anti-terrorism efforts.