Pakistan is keen to expand its existing bilateral military to military cooperation with Tajikistan.
This has been stated by the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee (CJCSC) General Nadeem Raza during his meetings with Tajik President Emomali Rahmon and other senior officials.
According to Radio Pakistan report, the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee is on an official visit to Tajikistan.
General Nadeem Raza and President Emomali Rahmon deliberated upon various areas of mutual interest and bilateral cooperation including security, counter terrorism and prevailing regional environment particularly with reference to Afghanistan.
During the meeting, both side also dilated upon measures to enhance the level and scope of military engagements between the two countries and reaffirmed to continue to forge deeper ties.
Tajikistan lauded professionalism of Pakistan Armed Forces and acknowledged their sacrifices in fight against terrorism.