Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Tuesday that Islamabad and New Delhi must resolve the longstanding issue of Kashmir “in a dignified and peaceful manner” and bring “this human tragedy to its logical conclusion”.
Gen Bajwa said and that his country is “firmly committed to the ideal of mutual respect and peaceful co-existence” and that “it is time to extend peace in all directions”.
He maintained that Pakistan is “a peace-loving country that has rendered great sacrifices for regional and global peace”.
“We stand firmly committed to the ideal of mutual respect and peaceful co-existence. It is time to extend hand of peace in all directions. Pakistan and India must also resolve the longstanding issue of Jammu and Kashmir in a dignified and peaceful manner”.
According to a statement by Pakistan’s Inter-Service Public Relations, Gen Bajwa said Pakistan will not allow anybody or any entity to misinterpret its “desire for peace as a sign of weakness”.
He said Pakistan armed forces are fully capable to thwart any threat.
Pakistan Army chief who was the chief guest at an event, where Pakistan Air Force chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was also present, lauded the role played by Pakistan Air Force in “war on terror”.