Pakistan's top generals briefed on national security situation: Army

Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visiting forward positions along the LoC. File Photo: Twitter (@OfficialDGISPR)

Pakistan's top generals on Tuesday discussed the security situation at the Line of Control and the Afghan border, the army said.

Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa chaired a meeting of the Corps Commanders' in Rawalpindi, wherein the generals were briefed on national and regional security situations, it said in a statement.

The army said that the geo-strategic and national security issues discussed during the meeting.

The forum reviewed the situation at LoC, the Pak-Afghan border and internal security environment, it said.

The military leadership also appreciated the progress of Afghan reconciliation process and hoped for early commencement of intra-Afghan dialogue, it said.

Gen Bajwa expressed satisfaction on operational preparedness of formations and appreciated efforts in aid of civil administration to contain COVID-19 pandemic and Locust threat.

He directed commanders to ensure necessary measures for public safety and security during the upcoming month of Muharram.

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