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Army Chief expressed his confidence in the security of nuclear assets, the security of nuclear weapons is a sacred duty: General Raheel Sharif.

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Army Chief expressed his confidence in the security of nuclear assets, the security of nuclear weapons is a sacred duty: General Raheel Sharif.

Rawalpindi (Monitoring Desk) Chief of Army Staff General Raheel Sharif has expressed confidence in the capability and security of nuclear assets and said that Pakistan is a nuclear state and the security of nuclear weapons is a sacred duty. On behalf of ISPR. It has been said in the ongoing statement that Army Chief General Raheel Sharif visited the Pakistan Center for Excellence for Nuclear Security where Director General Strategic Plans Division Lieutenant General Mazhar Jameel welcomed the Army Chief. On this occasion, he reviewed the latest facilities and training activities. The Army Chief expressed confidence in the security of nuclear assets and said that Pakistan, being a responsible democratic state, has built an institution like the Center for Excellence for Nuclear Security, which has conducted many national and international training courses.

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“The security of our nuclear assets is a sacred duty and I am confident in the capabilities of our military and security forces to protect and safeguard these weapons at all times,” General Raheel Sharif stated. “We have robust security protocols in place to ensure that our nuclear weapons remain safe and secure from any external threats.” He also mentioned that regular drills and exercises are conducted to test the readiness and efficiency of personnel in handling nuclear weapons in various scenarios. “We take the security of our nuclear assets very seriously and will continue to prioritize their protection as a top national security priority,” he added.

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