ISLAMABAD: Ex- Chief of Army Staff and present Commander-In-Chief of Islamic Alliance against Terrorism (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia) General (retired) Raheel Sharif called upon the Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Tuesday.
The national and international security situation as well as the counter-terrorism measures taken by the coalition were discussed in the meeting.
Earlier today, General (retd) Raheel called on Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The commander-in-chief of the Islamic military coalition apprised Qureshi of the measures that are being taken by the coalition in order to combat terrorism, a statement issued by the Foreign Office said. The two also talked about the importance of regional peace and stability and other matters of mutual interest.
FM Qureshi lauded the efforts of the coalition force to establish peace and stability in the region, the statement added.
A day earlier, Gen (retd) Raheel called on Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa at General Headquarters. According to the army’s media cell, in the meeting matters related to regional stability and peace were discussed. The army chief also lauded the efforts by the Islamic military coalition for enduring peace.
Former army chief General (retd) Raheel was made the chief of 39-nation Islamic military coalition formed to combat terrorism in 2017.