Americans applaud Pak’s war against terrorism….

Time and again US delegations have been visiting Pakistan to see how far Pakistan has been successful in eliminating terrorism. Previously, ZarbeAzb was focus of attention of international community and now Operation Radd-ul-Fassaad is world’s focus especially of US congressmen.

Recently, US senate delegation John McCain met COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa. The main focus of the meeting was to brief US delegation about Pakistan’s efforts in maintaining peace and stability in the region. According to official sources, the delegation was briefed about regional security situation including Afghanistan. Pakistan is making effort to secure Pak-Afghan border. US senator John McCain also agreed on importance of Pak-Afghan security cooperation and coordination.
Pakistan has been contributing towards peace and stability in the region through operations. Army Chief reiterated that Pakistan had done its best despite constraints and would continue its efforts for peace and stability. He said that Pak-US security cooperation is a key factor in bringing regional peace. Senator McCain appreciated and acknowledged Pakistan Army’s contributions and sacrifices for war on terror. He said Pakistan has a significant role for establishment of peace and stability in Afghanistan and peace and stability in Afghanistan is not possible without Pakistan’s help.

US delegation showed solidarity with Pakistan on Kashmir policy. Senator John McCain said there is no change in Washington’s Kashmir policy and US always want to end violence in Kashmir. The issue should be resolved in peaceful way through negotiation. 

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