Published On: Sat, Dec 2nd, 2017

Pentagon Confirms As US Defence Secretary Mattis Visit Pakistan On December 4

Pentagon confirmed the news that United States Defence Secretary Mattis will visit to Pakistan on December 4 while h will go to Middle East, West Africa and South Asia to make the partnerships more strong among nations.

It is said by the Washington officials that to empower the partnerships between countries, US defence secretary will visit the Egypt, Jordan, Pakistan, And Kuwait while it is confirmed that during his visit in Pakistan he will meet with the civil as well as with military leaderships to hold important talks.

According to reports that Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi and Chief of Army Staff (COAS) Gen Qamar Bajwa for the talks in order to discuss the regional security issues.

Afghan peace and other related issues regarding terrorists, and he will come to Pakistan homeland on 4 December.

He is planned to visit different countries during his travel, it is reported that in the schedule of Defence Secretary.

Mattis will meet the superior leaders of Egypt as on Saturday with President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and Defense Minister Gen Sedki Sobhi today.

Mattis will go to Jordan where a conference on Extremism in Western Africa is held by the King Abdullah II in which how to combat these crisis will be discussed.

While many leaders from different countries will include in this conference like from Africa and Europe on Sunday.

On Monday, Mattis will visit the Pakistan to discuss the crisis in the region as well as to hold the talks for the peace in Afghan and internal security threats.

While during his visit on 4 December he will meet with the Pakistan’s Prime Minister and Military commander Qamar Bajwa.

His last stop will be Kuwait where he will meet with Kuwaiti Emir Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmad Al Sabah.


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