Evolving security situation demands greater Pak-China cooperation: Pakistan Air Force chief

Pakistan China flags,
Pakistan China flags, representational

Evolving global security situation demands greater cooperation between Pakistan and China, Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan said on Thursday as the two countries concluded the annual joint exercise of their Air Forces.

The Chief of the Air Staff was addressing the closing ceremony of the annual “Shaheen (Eagle)-IX” exercise that culminated at an Operational Air Base of the PAF. China’s Ambassador to Pakistan Nong Rong was also present on the occasion.

“The existing global security scenario coupled with the evolving dynamics of Air warfare, called for enhanced partnership between Pakistan and China as indeed between our Armed Forces,” he said.

The Air chief noted that it was heartening that with every passing year, Pakistan-China friendship became stronger and stronger.

Khan also said that “the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor was a game changer and manifestation of the common objectives and destiny.”


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