Chief of the Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa on Saturday reiterated that Pakistan does not believe in camp politics and seeks to expand and broaden its ties with both China and the United States.
“Pakistan does not believe in camp politics and our bilateral relations with our partners are not at the expense of our relationships with other countries,” said the army chief while addressing the Islamabad Security Dialogue.
Genea Bajwa said the country enjoys close and strategic cooperation with China, which has been demonstrated by Islamabad’s commitment to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor project.
He added that Pakistan equally shares a long history of excellent and strategic relationship with the US which remains our largest export market.
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