Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has arrived in Germany to attend the 54th Munich Security Conference (MSC).
The three-day MSC, which commenced on Friday, is scheduled to end on Sunday.
General Bajwa will speak at the conference giving Pakistan's perspective on global and regional security, Samaa TV quoted the media wing of Pakistan Armed Forces Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) as saying, in a statement.
The statement added that Pakistan COAS will also have few sideline meetings with other participating international civilian and military leadership.
He will reportedly give an introductory speech on 'Jihadism and Caliphate.'
More than 30 heads of state and government and over 100 cabinet ministers from across the globe have come together at the MSC for discussions on major international security.
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