While observing Pakistan Defence Day at the High Commission in New Delhi, Pakistan High Commissioner Abdul Basit Sunday said that the 1965 war was a “testament of our unflinching national resolve to protect our motherland against foreign aggression”.
“Our armed forces demonstrated unparalleled valour and fought with unmatched resolve, patriotism and the love for martyrdom,” he said at an event observed in the Pakistan High Commission, said a statement issued by the High Commission.
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According to the statement, Basit said “Pakistan was a peace-loving country. Our security calculus was therefore based on defence doctrines… We do not have aggressive designs against any country but we, as a nation, are determined to protect every inch of our country.”