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A high-level delegation headed by Pakistani Defence Secretary Ikram Ul Haq will arrive in Sri Lanka on a four-day visit between October 2 and 5 to participate in the Pakistan-Sri Lanka Armed Forces Defence Dialogue, the Pakistani High Commission said today.

While in Sri Lanka he will meet his Sri Lankan counterpart Kapila Waidiyaratne for a discussion on mutual interests. He will also meet Chief of Defence Staff, Admiral R.C. Wijegunaratne and the Commanders of the tri-forces.

The High Commission said defence ties between Pakistan and Sri Lanka were based on mutual trust and common interest in maintaining regional peace, security and stability. The dialogue aims to promote professional and mutually beneficial relations among the Armed Forces of the two countries.

  Comments - 4

  • Jude Tuesday, 02 October 2018 06:41 AM

    Yeah, Paks and SL have couple of things in common!! Well BOTH countries plagued by terrorism, and Chinese funded Port in H'tota in SL and in Pakistan Gwadar Port !!!

    RP Wednesday, 03 October 2018 08:32 AM

    Amen.Gwadar port is in Pakistan's Baluchistan province and 90% of REVENUE heading to China because of Debt choking.

    Waco Tuesday, 02 October 2018 06:55 AM

    Pakistan, your are a good friend of Sri Lanka. You all are very well come.

    Vanam Wednesday, 03 October 2018 10:35 AM

    Welcome to our Pakistani friends

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