Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa has stressed preserving the vitality, relevance and internal sense of impartiality in multilateral institutions, maintaining consensus on the collective defense of global commons and upholding the prestige of international law to maintain world peace.
“The battlefield of tomorrow will be characterized by extreme precision, lethality and transparency,” the army chief said while addressing the passing out parade of Regular Commissioning Course of Royal Military Academy as a special guest at Sandhurst in England on Friday.
He said that it would be particularly challenging for military leaders, especially young officers in the battle, both mentally and physically.
COAS Bajwa is the first ever Pakistani dignitary, who has been invited to Royal Military Academy as a Special Guest.
“My presence here bears testimony to the deep-rooted relationship that exists between Pakistan and the United Kingdom,” the army chief said during his address.
COAS Bajwa said that the bondage between the two armed forces was uniquely special as well, forged on the battlefields of Great Wars and kept alive over the years through exclusive regimental affiliations and close professional contact in training and a myriad of other military activities.
Apart from the British cadets, 41 international cadets from 26 various countries including two cadets from Pakistan Military Academy passed out the course.
Cadet Muhammad Abdullah Babar and Cadet Mujtaba from Pakistan Military Academy participated in the course.
“Two Pakistani candidates are also graduating and I want to share that I am as proud of all of you as I am of the two of them,” COAS Bajwa said.