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Army chief, Tajik president back Afghan-led peace process

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan and Tajikistan have reiterated the importance of dialogue, regional cooperation, and support to Afghan-led and Afghan-owned initiatives.

This resolved was expressed during a meeting between Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa and Tajikistan President Emomali Rahmon in Dushanbe on Monday.

The two sides discussed the regional security issues and had unanimity of views for peace in Afghanistan and the region.  They also pledged to enhance and expand Pakistan-Tajikistan cooperation in the fields of defence and security.

General Bajwa thanked the Tajik president for supporting Pakistan’s membership of Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

President Rahmon offered his sincere wishes for people of Pakistan and appreciated the role Pakistan has played in fight against terrorism and peace.


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