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Ambassador Of Portugal Held One On One Important Meeting With CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi At NAVAL HQ Islamabad:

Ambassador of Portugal to PAKISTAN Mr. Paulo Neves Pocinho held One on One important meeting with CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi at NAVAL HQ Islamabad on Wednesday, February 10, 2021, PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY said in an official statement on the official twitter account.

According to the details released by the PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY, CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi and Ambassador of Portugal to PAKISTAN Mr. Paulo Neves Pocinho held important discussion at NAVAL HQ Islamabad.

During the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed different matters of mutual and maritime security in the region. Both the dignitaries also held discussion on further improving the Bilateral Collaborations between the two friendly countries.

Ambassador of Portugal to PAKISTAN H.E Mr Paulo Neves Pocinho visited NHQ, Islamabad & called on CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi. Both the dignitaries discussed matters of mutual interest, bilateral collaborations & maritime security in the region.

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Ambassador of Portugal and CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi discuss Regional Security at NAVAL HQ Islamabad

An earlier day, a media briefing on the upcoming 7th Edition of AMAN-21 Multinational Naval Exercise being conducted by Commander PAKISTAN Fleet (COMPAK) Rear Admiral Naveed Ashraf at PAKISTAN NAVY Fleet HQ in Karachi.

During the media briefing, COMPAK Rear Admiral Naveed Ashraf highlighted the representatives of National and International Media about the upcoming important decision of AMAN-21 Naval Exercise.

COMPAK Rear Admiral Naveed Ashraf said that AMAN Naval Exercise help to maintain regional peace and stability, resolve against terrorism and it will also help to enhance the interoperability between different regional and extra regional Naval Forces.

It is pertinent to mention that around 45 Countries and hundreds of Observers are all set to participate in the 7th Edition of AMAN-21 Multinational Naval Exercise with their Fleets and Naval Assets.

PAKISTAN has been commencing the Multinational AMAN Naval Exercise since March 2007.

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The Exercise brings Surface Combatants, Aircrafts, Special Operation Forces and Observers from the different Navies of East and West under one Umbrella for one collaborative approach and cause of maintaining regional peace and stability.

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