ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff Gen Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Thursday that Pakistan has faced unconquerable security challenges for achieving peace, according to Inter-Services Public Relations.
The army chief visited the Defence University of Islamabad, where he addressed officers studying courses on national security and defence.
The COAS, in his address, said that all the stakeholders will have to play a role in establishing peace in the region.
The COAS said that Pakistan is trying for peace and stability in the region.
Pakistan is for all the Pakistanis, going beyond the concepts of race and colour, said the COAS.
For dealing with Pakistan’s internal challenges rule of law is necessary, said the army chief.