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PAKISTAN Bahrain Biltateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV 2020 Successfully Concluded At NTC Pabbi:

The Successive Fourth Edition of PAKISTAN Bahrain Bilateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV-2020 successfully concludes at the PAKISTAN ARMY’s National Counter Terrorism Centre, Pabbi on Thursday, 13rh February, 2020, PAKISTAN ARMY Media Wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) said in an official statement.

           

During the PAKISTAN Bahrain Bilateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV-2020, Special Operations Forces Troops from PAKISTAN ARMY’s most feared Special Services Group (SSG) and the Kingdom of Bahrain National Guard participated in the Exercise.

The Two-week long PAKISTAN Bahrain Bilateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV-2020 mainly focused on Counter Terrorism Operation Techniques, including Sniper Shooting, Built-up area clearance with Combat Aviation Support, Cordon and Search Operations and Technique and methodologies of disabling the Sophisticated Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) was also part of the AL BADAR-IV 2020 Exercise.

The Concluding ceremony of PAKISTAN Bahrain Bilateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV-2020 was witnessed by the high-level military delegation from the Kingdom of Bahrain headed by the General Abdual Rahman Rashed Al Saad and General Officer Commander (GOC) Special Services Group (SSG) Major General Mumtaz Hussain.

BAHRAIN is a Brotherly MUSLIM Country of PAKISTAN and both the countries enjoyed the rich Cultural Values and Defense Ties between the People and Armed Forces of the both respective countries.

The recent edition of the AL BADAR-IV 2020 Bilateral Exercise between PAKISTAN and Bahrain will help to further increase the Defense Collaboration and Defense Cooperation between the Two Countries.

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Furthermore, the PAKISTAN Bahrain Bilateral Exercise AL BADAR-IV-2020 will also help the Special Operation Forces of both PAKISTAN and Bahrain to mutually benefit from the experience of each other forces during both Peace and War Time Scenarios.

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