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The Pakistan Army chief on Thursday highlighted the concerns of Islamabad regarding peace and stability in the region in front of a delegation comprising US Ambassadors and officials, the military's media wing said.
According to a statement issued by the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa reiterated that "Pakistan has done its best despite constraints, and shall continue its efforts for the sake of the future of Pakistan and in line with the aspirations of Pakistani people."
The delegation, comprising Lisa Curtis, Ambassador Alice G. Wells, Ambassador David Hale and other representatives briefed the army chief on the contours of the US strategy in South Asia.
The discussion focused on the regional security situation including Afghanistan and how Pakistan has positively contributed towards peace and stability in the region, the ISPR said.
The delegation appreciated and acknowledged the Pakistan Army's contributions and Pakistan's sacrifices in the war against terrorism.
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