RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Army commanders on Tuesday reposed full confidence in the country’s robust nuclear command and control structure and security arrangements related to strategic assets, the military’s media wing said in a statement after the 252nd Corps Commanders’ Conference held at GHQ.
Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa presided over the conference.
The military top brass met today and took a “comprehensive review of the prevailing internal and external security situation and operational preparedness” of the army.
US President Joe Biden’s statement about Pakistan’s nuclear programme also came under discussion during the conference.
“As a responsible nuclear weapon state, Pakistan has taken all measures necessary to strengthen its nuclear security regime, at par with international best practices,” the forum was informed.
The meeting was also apprised of the army’s assistance to civil administration for relief and rehabilitation efforts in the flood-affected areas and post-flood situation, particularly in Sindh and Balochistan.
While expressing satisfaction over the operational preparedness of the formations, the COAS reiterated Pakistan Army’s resolve to defend the motherland against all threats.
He lauded formations’ operational readiness and sustained efforts during flood relief duties.