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Pakistan concerned over the evolving situation in the Taiwan Strait: FO

"The world cannot afford another crisis"

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Islamabad: Pakistan is deeply concerned over the evolving situation in the Taiwan Strait, which has serious implications for regional peace and stability.

In a statement, Foreign Office Spokesperson Asim Iftikhar said that Pakistan reaffirms its strong commitment to the ‘One-China’ Policy and firmly supports China’s sovereignty and territorial integrity. “The world is already reeling through a critical security situation due to the Ukraine conflict, with destabilising implications for international food and energy security. The world cannot afford another crisis that has negative consequences for global peace, security and economy.

“Pakistan strongly believes that inter-state relations should be based on mutual respect, non-interference in internal affairs, and peaceful resolution of issues by upholding of principles of UN charter, international law and bilateral agreements.”

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COAS attends Royal Military Academy passing out as Chief Guest

The COAS was the first ever Pakistani dignitary who has been invited at Royal Military Academy as a Special Guest.

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COAS attends Royal Military Academy passing out as Chief Guest

Sandhurst, England: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Friday attended the passing out parade of the 213th Regular Commissioning Course of Royal Military Academy here as a Chief Guest.

The COAS was the first ever Pakistani dignitary who has been invited at Royal Military Academy as a Special Guest.

Apart from the UK cadets, 41 international cadets from 26 various countries including two cadets from Pakistan Military Academy passed out the course. Cadet Muhammad Abdullah Babar and Cadet Mujtaba from Pakistan Military Academy participated in the course.

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Saudi Arabia allows holders of tourist visas to perform Umrah

Citizens of 49 countries will be able to perform Umrah

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Riyadh: Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Hajj and Umrah has announced that the Kingdom will now allow visitors holding tourist visas to perform Umrah.

The decision has been taken to allow as many people as possible to perform the ritual.

Citizens of 49 countries will be able to do so by securing their visas online to Visit Saudi Arabia, or immediately on arrival at airports.

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COAS Bajwa's address at UK Royal Military Academy 'honour' for Pakistan: Shehbaz

The premier says this is a recognition of the Pakistan-UK strategic partnership & the success of our armed forces in war on terror

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COAS Bajwa's address at UK Royal Military Academy 'honour' for Pakistan: Shehbaz

Islamabad: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa's address at the UK's Royal Military Academy was an "honour for Pakistan, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Friday.

"COAS Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa's address at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst UK as a chief guest is not just a matter of honour for the armed forces but also for Pakistan," the premier said in a tweet.

Sharif was of the view that the army chief's participation was a recognition of the Pakistan-UK strategic partnership and the success of the Pakistani armed forces in the war on terror.

The army chief attended the passing out parade at the Royal Military Academy as the first Pakistani chief guest — where he spoke about wide-ranging issues.

The COAS has become the first Pakistani ever to be the representative of the Queen during the sovereign’s parade at the Military Academy Sandhurst. 

Apart from UK cadets, 41 international cadets from 26 various countries including two cadets from Pakistan military academy — Cadet Muhammad Abdullah Babar and Cadet Mujtaba — passed.

This was the 198th sovereign’s parade where General Bajwa became the first Pakistani to be the sovereign’s representative.

 

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