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Potential JF-17 Fighter Jet Deal On Cards As CAS Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan Visits Iron Brother Country Of Azerbaijan:
Potential JF-17 deal on the cards as high-level delegation of PAKISTAN AIR FORCE (PAF) led by the CHIEF OF AIR STAFF (CAS) Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan of the ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN visits the Iron Brother Country of AZERBAIJAN on a high-profile and important official visit.
The CHIEF OF AIR STAFF (CAS) Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was accompanied by the high-level delegation, which clearly implies that AIR FORCE of Brotherly Country of AZERBAIJAN is interested to acquire several squadrons of JF-17 Thunder Jet in its fleet.
During the visit, the high-level delegation of PAKISTAN AIR FORCE (PAF) visited the Alley of Martyrs and laid flowers and floral wreaths on the grave of Brave AZERBAIJAN Martyrs, who have spilled their Sacred Blood for the Sake and Defense of their Sacred Motherland AZERBAIJAN, and paid tribute to their memory.
The Martyrs also included those Sacred Sons of AZERBAIJAN who spill their blood for the Independence of the Legal Territory of Nagorno-Karabakh from the illegal occupation of the armenia and armenian security forces.
The Brave People and ARMED FORCES of AZERBAIJAN fought a decade long war to put an end to the illegal occupation of the armenia over the legal territory of Nagorno-Karabakh by Supreme Sacrifices and at last Nagorno-Karabakh, which forced the coward armenian security forces to put an end to their illegal occupation of the territory.
The struggle of the Brave AZERBAIJAN People, GOVERNMENT and ARMED FORCES took almost more than 3 decades to liberate the legal territories of Nagorno-Karabakh from the illegal occupation of coward armenian government and armenian security forces.
Iron Brothers PAKISTAN and TURKEY helped Brave AZERBAIJAN Government and AZERBAIJAN ARMED FORCES to get a decisive win in their just struggle of independence against the brutal occupation of armenian security forces.
The Iron Brother Country of AZERBAIJAN has shown great interest in the JF-17 Thunder Jet, which is indigenously developed by PAKISTAN with the Technical Support of its Iron Brother CHINA.
The reports from the reliable sources suggested that the AZERBAIJAN AIR FORCE is interested to acquire and induct several squadrons of JF-17 Thunder Jet in its Fleet in the coming year.
It is expected that Both the Iron Brothers, PAKISTAN and AZERBAIJAN, will ink the deal of the Fighter Jet during the official high-profile visit of the CHIEF of the ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN AIR FORCE to the Brotherly AZERBAIJAN Country.
It is pertinent to mention that PAKISTAN AIR FORCE has recently launched the bulk manufacturing of its next generation JF-17 Block 3 Fighter Aircraft, which would be equipped with the state of the Art Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) Radar, Helmet Mounted Sight and Display System (HMD/S), three-way Fly By Wire, Advanced Electronics Suite, among others.
CHIEF OF AIR STAFF (CAS) Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan inaugurates the indigenous mass production of JF-17 Block 3 Aircraft by installing the first river back on December 30, 2020.
It is expected that AZERBAIJAN would place an order of the mix of JF-17 Block 2 and Block-3 Aircraft during the recent visit of the (CAS) Air Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan to the Brotherly Country of AZERBAIJAN.
It is pertinent to mention that the Brotherly country of Nigeria also placed an order of undisclosed numbers of JF-17 Thunder Block-2 Multi-role aircraft to its Iron Brother Country PAKISTAN. Reportedly, the order is in the final phase of delivery.
A number of different countries have shown great interest in PAKISTAN’s indigenously developed JF-17 Multi-role fighter jet after the Brave Falcons of PAKISTAN AIR FORCE (PAF) have shot down two indian main strike fighter jet, including SU-30MKI and Mig-21 Bison, during the aerial dogfight during the eve of indian humiliation of February 27.
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