COAS, British High Commissioner hold dialogue over Afghan Peace Process, regional security matters
3-day Int’l Pakistan Army Team Spirit Competition-2021 begins, COAS visited various facilities and infrastructures of the workshop handling vast range of specialized transport items for Army
Rawalpindi– British High Commissioner Dr. Christian Turner called on Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa at General Headquarters Rawalpindi today (Monday).
According to Inter Services Public Relations wing of Pakistan Army, matters of mutual interest and overall regional security situation including Afghan Peace Process were discussed during the meeting. Earlier, General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of Army Staff (COAS) visited Logistic installation /workshop in Rawalpindi, today. COAS visited various facilities and infrastructures of the workshop handling vast range of specialized transport items for Army. He was briefed regarding facilities being developed, upgradation mechanism of vehicles and handling of central stores. COAS appreciated the performance and commitment of the workshop in provision of top class maintenance facilities & services as per standard engineering practices in line with modern / latest standards. Earlier on arrival, COAS was received by Lieutenant General Azhar Saleh Abbasi, Chief of Logistic Staff (CLS). According to ISPR , Fourth three-day International Pakistan Army Team Spirit Competition-2021 commenced at the National Counter-Terrorism Center Pabbi near Kharian today (Monday).
The competition is designed to test tactical skills in physical and professional domains as well as the agility of the participating teams to generate responses in challenging real-time field scenarios.
The event will subject the teams to various cross-domain scenarios and will encompass tasks including physical endurance, water obstacle crossing, close target reconnaissance, and protective approach under chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear environment.
Besides eight domestic teams of the Pakistan Army, teams from eight allied countries will also participate in the competition.
Teams from Jordan, Sri Lanka, Turkey, and Uzbekistan will take part as participants whereas Morocco, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, and Tajikistan will be participating as observers in this competition.