RAWALPINDI: The 206th Corps Commanders' Conference was held here on Tuesday with Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in the chair.
During the conference, it was decided that Pakistan Army will continue efforts for enduring internal peace and contributing towards peace in Afghanistan and the region.
The forum discussed regional and internal security situation with specific reference to Afghanistan.
Progress of Operation Radd ul Fasaad, enhanced security measures along Pak-Afghan border and recently initiated ‘Khushhal Balochistan’ program aimed at stability of Balochistan through socio-economic development and security was also deliberated upon.
General Bajwa took the forum on board about his military diplomacy through his recent visits aboard and interaction with foreign dignitaries visiting Pakistan.
However, defense sources disclosed Chief of Army Staff (COAS) has taken the participants of the conference into confidence about his detailed meeting with US Defense Secretary James Mattes and cleared that Pakistan would never take any dictation on its national strategic affairs.
The participants of the conference have strongly condemned the Peshawar University terror incident and reiterated to uncover the facilitators and master mind of this incident.
The existing political and internal situation of Pakistan also came under consideration in the conference.