Regional peace linked with strategic stability: CJCSC
Pak Army wins int’l Pace Sticking Competition in UK
T RAWALPINDI/ SANDHURST
Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Zubair Mahmood Hayat said that regional peace linked with maintenance of strategic stability in South Asia, said a statement issued by the Pakistan Navy’s director general public relations on Thursday. Addressing the participants of Naval Staff Course at Pakistan Navy War College, Lahore, General Hayat said that warfare of 21st century had changed and affecting Pakistan’s security situation which was a complex function of internal and external factors, read the statement. He highlighted Pakistan’s contributions and efforts for regional peace and stability, especially in Afghanistan. Earlier on March 8, Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Zubair Mahmood Hayat had visited Naval Headquarters in Islamabad. The CJCSC had been received by Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mehmood Abbasi upon his arrival at the Naval Headquarters. Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Zubair had been given a detailed briefing on operational preparedness of the Pakistan Navy in the prevailing situation of cross border provocation from the Indian side. Meanwhile, the Pakistan Army has won an international military drill competition, known as the Pace Sticking Competition, held earlier on Thursday at the United Kingdom’s Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, its media wing said in a press release. Pakistan Army won international military drill competition known as Pace Sticking Competition held today at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said. Pakistan army team has been winner for consecutive 2 year. Last year Pakistan army participated for the first time in the event. Pakistan Military Academy team represented Pakistan Army in the competition, it added.