Pakistan army chief General Raheel Sharif on Friday called on the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif ahead of the premier's visit to the US where he will address the UN General Assembly and is expected to rake up the Kashmir issue.
Sharif is likely to deliver a speech at the UN General Assembly session on September 21. Sharif on Friday met Hurriyat leaders from Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK) and assured them that he would emphatically highlight the Kashmir issue at the UN General Assembly next week.
During the meeting with Raheel, the prime minister expressed the resolve to continue the war against terrorism and militancy till the elimination of last terrorist.
"Vowing to continue the war against militancy and terrorism, the prime minister expressed his satisfaction over the security situation in the country," PM House said in a statement after Raheel called on Sharif.
The premier and the army chief discussed internal as well as regional security, it said.
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