UK Army Chief lauds leadership of COAS Asim

World Apr, 20 2024
UK Army Chief lauds leadership of COAS Asim
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LONDON: United Kingdom's Chief of General Staff General Sir Patrick Sanders lauded leadership of Chief of Army Staff General Asim Munir and recognised "Honesty and integrity" of officers of Pakistan Armed Forces.

British Army Chief spoke about Pakistani military as chief guest at luncheon hosted at Army and Navy Club in London in honour of close to 50 senior British military men of Quetta Association who studied and served in Pakistan Army's Command and Staff College in last 50 years.

According to Pakistan High Commission in London, Gen Sanders stated that there was no comparison to Pakistan military's professional finesse and expertise. He termed Pakistan as UK Army's foremost priority in various avenues of Defence Association and Defence Collaboration during his tenure.

He B spoke about trips he had undertaken to Pakistan and regretted that his upcoming visit to Pakistan would be last in uniform.

As per press release, in his address British general spoke at length on significance of Pakistan as an extremely vital country situated exactly at centre of East and West.

"Pakistan Army is battle-hardened and known for its ability to defend country as well as providing vital help to partner countries," stated Gen Sanders.

Lieutenant General Sir Alistar Irwin (1980 graduate), Lieutenant General Anthony Palmer (1981 graduate), Brigadier Nick Thompson (1971 graduate), Brigadier Tony Berry (1970 graduate) and Major General Seumas Kerr (1985 graduate) attended event.

As per High Commission, event was organised to cherish "Indelible imprints" of British officer's stay in Quetta.

Published in The Daily National Courier, April, 20 2024

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