Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif praised General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s contributions to the nation, notably in the fields of defence, security, and geo-economics on Monday.
The outgoing COAS, who will retire on Tuesday, made the prime minister a goodbye visit during which he shared his opinions. Prime Minister Sharif hailed the army’s contribution to driving the threat of terrorism off the nation’s soil.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa’s army, according to the PM’s Office, “Demonstrated excellent services in efficiently coping with numerous obstacles such the country’s exclusion from the FATF (Financial Action Task Force) Grey List, COVID-19 epidemic, and the recent flash floods.”
General Bajwa, as per the PM, guided the nation through tough times in terms of the security situation. The prime minister emphasised that political leadership was still required to act collectively wisely and sign a charter of economy in order to guarantee economic stability, which was provided by General.
The outgoing COAS, who will tomorrow transfer command to General Asim Munir as the nation’s new army chief, told the prime minister, “You have the honour of heading the best army of the world.”
General Qamar Javed Bajwa praised PM Sharif for the assistance his administration provided in carrying out its official and national duties.
General Qamar Javed Bajwa was honoured at a luncheon by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.
PM Shehbaz Sharif met General Bajwa after coming back from his trip to Turkey. He returned to his homeland after two-day visit. PM Shareef received farewell from the officials of the Pakistani Embassy in Turkey and top Turkish officials. During a two-day official visit, Prime Minister Sharif and President Rajab Tayyip Erdogan inaugurated PNS Khyber, the third of the four Maljam Corvette ships for the Pak Navy at Istanbul Shipyard. The two leaders discussed bilateral relations, regional situation and joint efforts. Discussed matters of interest, discussed at the delegation level and addressed a joint press conference.
During his visit, Prime Minister Muhammad also met Turkish traders, addressed the Pakistan-Turkey Business Council meeting, and also met the President of ECO Trade and Development Bank.