Turkey awards Pakistan Arm Chief Gen Bajwa Legion of Merit for his services

2017-06-21 10:25:38 | Turkey Muslim News
Turkey awards Pakistan Arm Chief Gen Bajwa Legion of Merit for his services
COAS meets Turkish defence officials

 

ANKARA: Chief of the military staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa arrived here on Tuesday on an officer visit. The COAS visited the solon burial chamber and ordered a floral wreath to pay deference to the daddy of the Turkish nation and fenced in down his respects on the guests book, aforesaid associate degree Inter-Services publicity (ISPR) handout.

The army chief additionally visited the Turkish Land Force Headquarters wherever he was received by General Salih Zeki Çolak, Commander Turkish Land Forces, and was conferred a guard of honour. Here, the COAS was briefed on the regional security scenario furthermore because the Turkish Forces and their numerous undertakings in field of coaching, defence production and peace keeping operations.

The army chief was awarded the Legion of advantage in an exceedingly straightforward and swish ceremony in recognition of his services for promotion of Pakistan-Turkey defence ties. Speaking on the occasion, the COAS underscored the special place that turkey enjoys within the hearts of all Pakistanis. He dedicated the award to the Shuhada of each Pakistani and Turkish military. Later, the COAS referred to as on chief of Turkish staff, General Hulusi Akar and mentioned matters associated with regional security and therefore the role military of each countries play towards peace and stability. the 2 military leaders in agreement to any enhance defense cooperation in multiple fields. Turkish military leadership was greatly appreciative of the role Islamic Republic of Pakistan Army plays against terrorist act furthermore as in peace keeping operations.

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