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Govt to review matters for Pak-Afghan trade promotion

ISLAMABAD: Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance, Dr. Miftah Ismail said Thursday that the government wanted to promote trade with Afghanistan and was ready to review the matter in consultation with all the stakeholders, with a view to find a solution, favourable for bilateral trade. The advisor was talking to a joint delegation of Pak-Afghan…

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Corps Commanders’ Conference discusses regional security

RAWALPINDI: 206th Corps Commanders’ Conference was held at GHQ today chaired by General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS). Chief Of Army Staff took the forum on board about his military diplomacy through his recent visits abroad and interaction with foreign dignitaries visiting Pakistan. Forum also discussed regional and internal security situation with…

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Pakistan army slams Afghanistan’s ‘unwarranted’ reaction to Khyber 4 operation

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan army says Afghanistan’s response to newly-launched Khyber 4 Operation is unwarranted and runs counter to our efforts to better Pak-Afghan coordination and cooperation. According to a press statement issued by the ISPR, media wing of Pakistan army, the information about Operation Khyber 4 has been shared (twice verbally and in written) with Afghan…

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UN hails PM Sharif’s order to open Pakistan-Afghan border

UNITED NATIONS: The United Nations Monday welcomed Pakistan Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif’s decision to order the immediate reopening of the Pak-Afghan border, more than a month after it was closed following the deadly Sehwan blast said to have been carried out by cross-border terrorists. “We welcome the reopening of the border crossings between Pakistan…

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Securing Frontier

By: Adnan Adil Securing the Pak-Afghan frontier has become a challenging task for Pakistan as all the horrific violence in recent times has poured in from across this boundary. Trained militants and arms and explosives arrive in Pakistan via this border, and large-scale smuggling of goods and narcotics, a major source of funding for terrorist,…

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India’s policy hampers prospects for improved ties with Pakistan: US Centcom

WASHINGTON: Commander of the United States Central Command, General Joseph Votel has said that India’s policy to diplomatically isolate Pakistan hinders prospects for improved relations between the two countries. Testifying before the Senate Armed Services Committee, he lauded coordination between the Pak-Afghan militaries. He said the US government was encouraged by military operation Radd-ul-Fasaad. “This…

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