Global News Pakistan
GNP is Pakistan’s first ever ‘Multilingual News Agency’ which aims to provide a platform for disseminating news in national, regional & international languages.

Pakistan Navy Ship participates in ‘EX DOGU AKDENIZ-21’- Turkey

Pakistani ALAMGHIR, visited Turkish AKSAZ naval base

Pakistan Navy Ship, ALAMGIR, participating in multinational naval drill n Turkey.
0 750

Istanbul, 17 November 2021 (GNP/ TDI): Pakistan Navy Ship, ALAMGHIR, visited AKSAZ naval base, Turkey. The ship participated in a multinational naval exercise ‘EX DOGU AKDENIZ-21’. The exercise was conducted at the Mediterranean Sea.

The exercise aimed to ensure the safety and security of seas and enhance interoperability among navies of various countries.

Vice Admiral Zahid Illyas represented Pakistan Navy at the exercise. Naval officials from the ship meet Turkish counterparts during the stay of the ship, including Commander Turkish Maritime Forces.

The meetings marked a discussion of matters of mutual interest. Both sides exchanged views on enhancing naval collaboration between the two countries. Moreover, naval officials from Pakistan also apprised the Turkish naval officials about the Pakistan Navy’s efforts for regional maritime peace, stability, and security.

The ship also conducted a bilateral naval exercise ‘Ex TURGUTREIS-VI’ with the Turkish navy ship. During the exercises, both navies demonstrated various tactical and seamanship drills.

Additionally, the mission commander conveyed regards from Vice Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi to the people of Turkey and the Turkish Navy.

Last month, PNS ALAMGIR visited Egypt and participated in a joint naval exercise. Earlier, the ship also participated in a multinational anti-piracy operation under Combined Task Force 151.

Pakistan Navy’s active participation in bilateral and multinational exercises and operation demonstrates its commitment towards ensuring maritime peace and security.

Get real time updates directly on you device, subscribe now.

Leave A Reply

Your email address will not be published.