RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff General (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa Saturday said that the nation owed the success against terrorism to the brave and motivated young leadership.
The army chief said this during a meeting with a group of students from US Cornell University, said a statement issued by army’s media wing, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR).
The statement said that during the interaction, the foreign students shared the experience of their first ever visit to Pakistan with General Bajwa, who also shared his thoughts about Pakistan and its on-going journey to enduring peace.
The ISPR statement mentioned that the army chief said that the Pakistani youth is contributing to the national progress as part of the nation. The youth has an important role to play, the COAS was quoted as saying.
The students shared that they visited Lahore, Hunza valley, Remount Depot Mona, and Islamabad and found Pakistan to be a peaceful and beautiful country.
The students thanked the army chief and said that they are taking back home the first-hand reality about peaceful and beautiful Pakistan, said the ISPR statement.