Gen Bajwa meets with a range of mountaineering who first expanded K2 in the winter. He says the mission turned out to be an “important experience” for Munich also thank the Pakistani government, the army, and its people for their good hospitality.
The military media wing said, On Friday Chief of Military Staff, Qamar Javed Bajwa met with a group of mountaineers who had arrived in Pakistan as part of the K-2 International Winter Expedition.
ISPR, in a statement, said that during the meeting held at the General Administrative Office, Cheif congratulated climbers for their excellent achievement in expanding the mighty K-2 in winter for the first time, thus making history in the field of mountaineering.
The delegation also briefed the head of the army on his experiences, saying that the mission turned out to be “a very important experience for them,” he thanked Pakistan for the warm hospital.
First to climb K-2 summit
According to a trekking company leading one of the missions, The team of Nepalese climbers made history after becoming the first to summit Pakistan’s K2 mountain in the winter.
16 Jan 2021🇳🇵🏔🇵🇰— Seven Summit Treks 🇳🇵 (@sst8848) January 16, 2021
WE DID IT, BELIVE ME WE DID IT- JOURNEY TO THE SUMMIT NEVER DONE BEFORE
🦾The Karakorum's 'Savage Mountain' been summited in most dangerous season:WINTER
Nepalese Climbers finally reached the summit of Mt. K2 (Chhogori 8611m), this afternoon at 17:00 local time. pic.twitter.com/O530X3WgKh
The 10 Nepalese mountain climbers had previously spread to different teams but formed a new group to claim the feat under the Nepalese name.
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