NSC approves Pakistan’s first-ever national security policy

The country’s National Security Committee (NSC) has approved the nation’s first-ever National Security Policy. The initiative was designed to boost the security apparatus to tackle both internal and external threats and ensure citizens’ protection. The 36th NSC meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan, unveiled Pakistan’s new security policy. The policy had been developed with the input of all stakeholders.

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The meeting was attended by senior civil and military officers, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, all service chiefs, and the national security advisor, according to a press release.

Source: Dawn