Warrior 4: COAS witnesses Pak-China joint military drill 

Warrior 4: COAS witnesses Pak-China joint military drill 

ISLAMABAD: Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited National Counter Terrorism Training Centre Pabbi and spent his day witnessing concluding sessions of high profile training events.

He saw the final day of two months long Pak-China exercise Warrior-4, which was focused on high impact counter terrorism operations both in rural and urban areas using heliborne and special forces of both countries.

Addressing the officers and troops on the occasion, Army Chief noted that sharing of best experiences through series of exercises have improved counter terror combat skills of both Chinese and Pak troops.

He emphasized that such exercises have integrated the two armies and will help us to eliminate terrorism from the region.

General Qamar Javed Bajwa said the newly built National Counter Terrorism Training Centre has been recognized as a world class facility and is attracting other armies for training with our Army.

The Chinese Military Commander paid his gratitude to Pakistan Army for the highest standard of training and skills. He said our successful training and closeness will help further consolidate long term trusted strategic friendship of our two countries.

COAS also witnessed the first ever Long Range Sniper Shooting Competition called The Striker's Cup, in which 100 top civilian and military shooters from all over the country participated. Major Junaid was declared the best shooter and won the Striker's Cup