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US congratulates Pakistan's new army chief

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The US has congratulated Pakistan's General Qamar Javed Bajwa on his appointment as the country's new army chief.

In a daily press briefing by the State Department, Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner on Thursday said: "Let's give this gentleman a chance to get up to speed, but we certainly congratulate him on the appointment and welcome his -- the transition to a new chief of army staff."

Toner said the US maintains close cooperation with on counter-terrorism operations.

"With respect to our counter-terrorism cooperation with Pakistan, that's ongoing. We work with them quite closely," he said.

The deputy spokesperson further added: "They're aware of some of our concerns, which include a safe haven for some terrorist groups that are active in the region."

Gen Bajwa became the 16th army chief of on November 29.

--IANS

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US congratulates Pakistan's new army chief

The US has congratulated Pakistan's General Qamar Javed Bajwa on his appointment as the country's new army chief.

The US has congratulated Pakistan's General Qamar Javed Bajwa on his appointment as the country's new army chief.

In a daily press briefing by the State Department, Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner on Thursday said: "Let's give this gentleman a chance to get up to speed, but we certainly congratulate him on the appointment and welcome his -- the transition to a new chief of army staff."

Toner said the US maintains close cooperation with on counter-terrorism operations.

"With respect to our counter-terrorism cooperation with Pakistan, that's ongoing. We work with them quite closely," he said.

The deputy spokesperson further added: "They're aware of some of our concerns, which include a safe haven for some terrorist groups that are active in the region."

Gen Bajwa became the 16th army chief of on November 29.

--IANS

ahm/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US congratulates Pakistan's new army chief

The US has congratulated Pakistan's General Qamar Javed Bajwa on his appointment as the country's new army chief.

In a daily press briefing by the State Department, Deputy Spokesperson Mark Toner on Thursday said: "Let's give this gentleman a chance to get up to speed, but we certainly congratulate him on the appointment and welcome his -- the transition to a new chief of army staff."

Toner said the US maintains close cooperation with on counter-terrorism operations.

"With respect to our counter-terrorism cooperation with Pakistan, that's ongoing. We work with them quite closely," he said.

The deputy spokesperson further added: "They're aware of some of our concerns, which include a safe haven for some terrorist groups that are active in the region."

Gen Bajwa became the 16th army chief of on November 29.

--IANS

ahm/dg

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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