ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s defense delegation visited Saudi Arabia to discuss existing bilateral defense ties, the Pakistani Ministry of Defense said in a statement on Monday.
“A defense delegation led by Secretary Defense Lt. General (Retd) Zamir Ul Hassan Shah visited KSA, during which the delegation met high-level officials including Chief of General Staff and Assistant Minister of Defense KSA,” the statement said.
“During the interactions issues relating to existing bilateral defense relations and areas of future cooperation were deliberated upon,” it added.
“Both sides expressed satisfaction over the present status of bilateral defense relations and expressed a keen desire to further enhance and diversify them.”
The Pakistani delegation also visited the headquarters of Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition, where it was briefed about the “organizational aspects of the coalition besides the future roadmap of the organization,” the Defense Ministry said.
Pakistan is part of the Islamic Military Counter Terrorism Coalition.