Foreign services attaches, advisers get briefing at Corps Headquarters Peshawar


PESHAWAR - A 24-member delegation of foreign services attaches and advisers visited Corps Headquarters Peshawar Thursday where they were given detailed briefing on prevailing security environment in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Federally Administered Tribal Areas.

Participants of the delegation were informed about the contribution of Pakistan army in the war against terrorism and bringing normalcy in the area, a statement issued by Inter Services Public Relations said.

The delegation was also briefed about uplift and development activities undertaken by Pakistan army in the entire FATA .

Theywere informed that these unprecedented development works had brought a positive change in the living standard of tribesmen.

Temporarily Displaced People return, FATA reforms and Pak-Afghan border management system and fencing was also highlighted during the briefing.

During the one day long visit, the delegation also visited forward areas of Khyber Agency where they were briefed about the achievements of Operation Khyber-4 and the ongoing fencing along Pak-Afghan border.

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