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COAS in China on four-day visit to strengthen bilateral military relations: ISPR

According to the Inter-Services Public cooperation (ISPR), Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Asim Munir is in China on a four-day official visit to strengthen bilateral military cooperation with the neighboring country.

“The COAS is in China for a four-day official visit to strengthen bilateral military relations,” the military’s media wing said in a terse statement posted on Sunday.

The army commander will meet with Chinese leaders during his visit, according to Radio Pakistan.

This is COAS Munir’s fourth international trip since taking over as army chief. Earlier this year, he paid a week-long official visit to the UAE and Saudi Arabia, where he met with the Gulf States’ senior officials.

During their visit, the officials discussed measures to boost Pakistan’s bilateral relationships with the two countries.

Later that month, the COAS travelled to the United Kingdom for consultations on defense topics. He also attended a seminar at Wilton Park, an executive agency established by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office to promote open interaction among nations.

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