Full confidence in nuclear command, control system: Corps Commanders Conference
Islamabad has taken all necessary efforts to support its nuclear atomic regime, according to the Corps Commanders of the Pakistani Army, who have expressed complete trust in their nation’s strong nuclear command and control system.
This was the conclusion reached during the 252nd Corps Commanders’ Conference, which was presided over by General Qamar Javed Bajwa, Chief of the Army Staff, at General Headquarters (GHQ), according to a statement released by the ISPR on Tuesday.
The current internal and external security environment as well as the Army’s operational readiness were thoroughly reviewed by the attendees control.
The Army’s aid to civil government in the flood-affected areas and in the post-flood scenario, particularly in Sindh and Balochistan, was informed to the forum.
The COAS praised the operational readiness of the formations and reaffirmed Pakistan Army’s commitment to protecting the country from any dangers.
The forum reaffirmed its complete confidence in Pakistan’s strong nuclear command and control system and security measures pertaining to the nation’s strategic assets.
Pakistan has taken all necessary steps to reinforce its nuclear security regime, in line with international best practises, as a responsible nuclear weapon state control, the forum was informed.
The operational preparedness and steadfast efforts of formations during flood relief duties were praised by the COAS.
Following US President Joe Biden’s comments regarding Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal, the nuclear safety system was reassured.