ISLAMABAD - Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani Wednesday emphasised that US must honour Pakistans sacrifices in war against terror by making sure that its military operations were understood. Pakistans soldiers have fought bravely and accomplished much at great cost. We must honour those sacrifices by making sure our military operations are understood, General Kayani told the top US military leadership during an important meeting held at Muscat, Sultanate of Oman. The COAS met the top military leadership of United States to discuss regional security issues and explore new ways to better coordinate military operations. The two sides shared operational updates and discussed the need for greater infrastructure development, cross-border communication and information sharing. I was pleased to have the opportunity to discuss with American officers the progress we have made fighting extremists in our country and to offer them my thoughts about how two sides might better cooperate, said an ISPR statement while quoting General Kayani. It said he had a meeting with US military leaders to discuss regional security issues and explore new ways to better coordinate military operations. Director General of Military Operations, Major General Javed Iqbal, and Brigadier Muhammad Saeed accompanied the COAS while the US team included Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Michael Mullen, US Central Command Commander, General James Mattis, US Special Operations Command Commander, Admiral Eric Olson, and General David Petraeus, the commander of Nato forces in Afghanistan. Though American commanders consult frequently with General Kayani, this was only the third time they have gathered together in this manner since August 2008, the statement added. It said that General Kayani also met the Chief of Staff of Sultans Armed Forces.