DAVOS: Former Chief of the Army Staff (COAS), General (r) Raheel Sharif has said on Thursday that Kashmir dispute of Pakistan with India should be addressed in light of resolutions of the United Nations Organisation (UNO).
The former army chief convened meetings with delegations of several states on sidelines of World Economic Forum during his Switzerland visit.
While addressing the delegations, General (r) Sharif said that Pakistan played the primary role in war on terror. He said that Kashmir dispute should be solved first of all the outstanding issues between Pakistan and India.
He said that Pakistan’s biggest province, Balochistan has been strengthened in context of democracy, stability and peace and Pakistan has broken the shackles of extremism.
Earlier this month, the ex-COAS addressed the forum and said that that Pakistani law enforcement agencies and the military have been successful in curbing number of terror attacks and the incidence has significantly dropped. In his address, General (r) Sharif highlighted Pakistan’s efforts against terrorism and sacrifices rendered by the countrymen and the soldiers in war on terror. The former army chief let it out that banned organisations were taking advantage of digital means of communication and called for the world powers to cooperate to weed-out extremism. NNI