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High Commissioner, H.E. Babar Amin attended the Full Time General Service Officer Commissioning Course Graduation Parade at Royal Military College, Duntroon in Canberra

The Royal Military College, Duntroon, also known simply as Duntroon, is the Australian Army's officer training establishment. It was founded at Duntroon, in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, in 1911 and is at the foot of Mount Pleasant near Lake Burley Griffin, close to the Department of Defence headquarters at Russell Hill.

On Wednesday, 02 December 2020, the High Commissioner for Pakistan, H.E. Babar Amin attended the Full Time General Service Officer Commissioning Course Graduation Parade at Royal Military College, Duntroon in Canberra.

Two Pakistani participants of the course, Cadet Muhammad Haris Miraj and Muhammad Ali Zahid graduated in the ceremony this year. Cadet Muhammad Haris Miraj has been declared as the Best Overseas Graduate, an honour that Cadets from Pakistan have been awarded, by the RMC Duntroon, in the past as well.

The High Commissioner, while utilizing the occasion, exchanged views on bilateral relations including between armed forces of the two countries with the Governor General of the Commonwealth of Australia, H.E. General the Honourable David Hurley who was the Reviewing Officer of the ceremony, General Angus Campbell, the Chief of Defence Forces and Lt Gen. Richard Burr, the Chief of Army of Australia. The interlocutors expressed satisfaction over the close defence cooperation between the two sides and reaffirmed the need to continue such exchanges.

The Royal Military College of Australia prepares cadets for careers as officers in Australian Army. The college also trains select number of cadets from other friendly countries including  Pakistan.

Canberra, 02 December 2020: High Commissioner, Babar Amin exchanging views with
the Governor General of Australia, H.E. General The Hon David Hurley, AC, DSC (Retd)

Canberra, 02 December 2020: High Commissioner, Babar Amin
with Lt General Richard Burr, the Chief of Army of Australia.

High Commissioner, Babar Amin with Pakistani Cadets Muhammad
Haris Miraj and Muhammad Zahid, who graduated in the ceremony.

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