Subsequent a surprise go to by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Leh, Ladakh on Friday in purchase to assessment the on-floor scenario amid Indo-China border standoff, Pakistan Primary Minister Imran Khan called for a higher-degree defence conference on Friday. The intent of the meet up with was to evaluate the internal and exterior safety scenario of the nation.
PAK PM calls for defence conference
In the assembly, Imran Khan was joined by Minister for Defence Parvez Khattak, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff members Committee Gen. Nadeem Raza and Main of Military Staff members Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa. Moreover, Chief of Naval Personnel Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi, Chief of Air Personnel Air Main Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan and Director Standard of Inter-Services Intelligence Lt Gen Faiz Hamid also attended the assembly.
Following reviewing the protection status, the officers vowed to secure Pakistan’s sovereignty at all charges, PTI described.
“It resolved that Pakistan believes in peaceful co-existence with its neighbours but we have equally the will and the potential to protect our individuals and territorial integrity,” the PM’s workplace mentioned in a statement.