London: Pakistan is close to achieving durable peace and stability, Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa said on Saturday.
Speaking at International Strategic Institute of Studies in London,he said improving security situation would attract foreign investment in Pakistan.
According to Geo News, he said purposeful international partnership was vital for durable peace and stability.
He said international partnership, support and determination also hold importance in coping with regional challenges.
General Bajwa said foreign investment is key to regional contacts.
The US government has issued visas to ailing Umer Sharif and his family members for his treatment abroad.
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Security forces also kill five terrorists, with a cordon and search operation underway to eliminate any other terrorists