NATO commemorates Pakistan’s sacrifices within the conflict on terror

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NATO has commemorated Pakistan’s sacrifices within the conflict on terror ensuing within the lack of over 50,000 lives and hoped that Operation Zarb-e- Azab in North Waziristan would achieve success in uprooting the terrorist hideouts and coaching camps.
Six member delegation of the Senate standing committee on international Affairs visited Brussels and held conferences with NATO, EU Establishments and Suppose Tanks.
The delegation visited NATO HQ and met with Ambassador, Kolanda Grabar, and Assistant Secretary Common for Public Diplomacy, Richard Fro, Deputy Assistant Secretary Common Operations, Ambassador Alexander Vershbow, Deputy Secretary Common NATO and Ambassador Thrasyvoulos Stamptopoulous, Assistant Secretary Common for Political Affairs and Safety Coverage.
Through the go to the delegation was given complete briefings on adjustments in NATO’s safety surroundings subsequent to the latest Russian intervention in Ukraine ensuing in suspension of all of the applications with Russia, and on Afghanistan’s latest elections and its influence on the safety surroundings within the area.
They hoped that the management in Afghanistan would settle for the election outcomes and would be capable to signal the bilateral safety settlement with NATO which might carry stability in Afghanistan in addition to within the area.
NATO thought of Pakistan as an vital accomplice. In addition they commemorated Pakistan’s sacrifices on the conflict on terror ensuing within the lack of over 50,000 lives and hoped that Operation Zarb-e- Azab in North Waziristan would achieve success in uprooting the terrorist hideouts and coaching camps. Later the delegation visited the Senate and home of Consultant of Belgium. The EU Pakistan Friendship hosted a Dinner for the delegation.
The delegation is being led by Haji Muhammad Adeel, Chairman of the Senate Committee on International Affairs. The opposite members embody Mushahid Husain Syed, Abdul Nabi Bangash, Malik Muhammad Rafiq, Muzaffar Hussain Shah & Muhammad Jehangir Bader.

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