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PAKISTAN And Russia’s Special Forces Exercise Druzhba-VI Successfully Concludes At Molkino Training Area In Krasnodar:
The Sixth edition of PAKISTAN-Russian Special Forces exercise Druzhba-VI successfully concludes at the Molkino Training Area in Russian Krasnodar region, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head DG ISPR Major General Babar Iftikhar said in an official statement.
According to the details released by the PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Head, the Inter-Services Public Relations or ISPR, Druzhba-VI or Druzhba-2021 Special Forces exercise between PAKISTAN and Russia Military successfully culminates in Russia.
Top Senior Military Officials from both the friendly countries were also present during the closing ceremony of Druzhba-VI Joint Special Forces Drills.
The two-week long PAK-Russia Special Forces Exercise Druzhba-VI starts from September 28 to October 9. The exercise focused on the domain of counter terrorism and to enhance the interoperability between the special forces of PAKISTAN and Russia.
“The two-week-long exercise (September 28 to October 9) was aimed at learning from mutual experience in the counter-terrorism domain with a view to learn and adopt best practices,” DG ISPR said.
During the Druzhba-VI Exercise, the special forces of PAKISTAN and Russia practiced various drills in the domain of counter-terrorism operations.
Druzhba-VI, a military exercise in which both Pakistan and Russia took part, ended at the Molkino Training Area, Krasnodar, Russia.
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It is pertinent to mention that Druzhba means friendship and this is the sixth edition of the exercise. Druzhba Military Exercise held each year alternatively in both PAKISTAN and Russia.
The commencement of Druzhba Military Drills will significantly help to enhance the bilateral Security and Defense relations between both the Brotherly Countries, PAKISTAN and Russia.
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