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PAKISTAN ARMY Participates in Multinational Military Exercise TSENTR 2019 in Russia:
PAKISTAN ARMY Participates in a week long multinational Military exercise named as TSENTR 2019 being held in Russia.
TSENTR-2019 is a massive scale military exercise and a number of different countries from the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) are participating in the exercise, including PAKISTAN.
The TSENTR is a Russian name and its English translation is CENTER-2019. So, these war games known by both words as TSENTR 2019 AND CENTER 2019 Military Exercise.
The TSENTR-2019 Military Exercise has kicked off at Donguz Area, which is a situated at the southwestern Orenburg city in Russia. The Week long TSENTR-2019 Military Exercise would be held from Sep 16 – Sep 21.
کثیر الجہتی فوجی مشقوں کا روس میں آغاز:آئی ایس پی آر
کثیر الجہتی فوجی مشقیں ایک ہفتہ تک ڈونگوز میں جاری رہیں گی:آئی ایس پی آر
میزبان روس سمیت شنگھائی تعاون تنظیم کے رکن ملکوں کے فوجی دستے حصہ لے رہے ہیں pic.twitter.com/WWyHuOTQW0
— PTV News (@PTVNewsOfficial) September 17, 2019
The main theme of the TSENTR 2019 Military exercise is to ensure the regional peace and stability by fighting against the international terrorism.
A smart contingent of PAKISTAN ARMY’s Most feared, renowned and respected Special Services Group (SSG) has reached the Doguz, Russia to participate in the multinational Military Exercise.
The TSENTR 2019 Multinational Military Exercise is known to be the toughest military exercise ever held in Russia, both in terms of magnitude, flux and strength of troops and multi-dimensional warfare equipment.
Apart from PAKISTAN, other participants of the TSENTR 2019 Military Exercise include China, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Russia. The opening ceremony of the TSENTR 2019 Military exercise was attended by the senior level Military Official from all the participating countries, including PAKISTAN.
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