Pakistan has right to return if cross-border firing does not stop: General Raheel Sharif
ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff (COAS), General Raheel Sharif has told that during his visit to Kabul, he asked Afghan authorities to make efforts to prevent cross-border firing by Afghan security forces, or else Pakistan reserves the right to return any such attempt – ARY News reports.
While briefing the attendees of a high level meeting presided by the Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, on his recent visit to Kabul, General Raheel Sharif told that he took up this issue with Afghan and AISAF commanders and made it clear that Pakistan will make no compromise on its security.
The meeting reviewed security arrangements to cope with any foreign aggression and declared these arrangements as satisfactory.
On this occasion, the Director General Military Operations (DGMO), Major General Amir Riaz briefed the meeting about these security arrangements.
The meeting was attended by PM's Advisor on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, Interior Minister, Chaudhry Nisar Ali Khan, ISI Chief, Lieutenant General Zaheer ul Islam.
However, the Minister of Defence, Khwaja Muhammad Asif was not present on this occasion, like the past two meetings pertaining to national security.