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CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi Meets With Top Kuwait Military Leadership During Visit To Kuwait:

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi held One on One important meetings with Top Military Officials of Kuwait during a visit to the Brotherly Country in Kuwait on Saturday, Friday, November 11, 2021, PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head DGPR NAVY Rear Admiral Naeem Sarwar said in an official statement.

According to the details released by the PAKISTAN NAVY Media Wing Head, the DGPR NAVY, CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi called on the Commander Kuwait Naval Forces Brigadier General Hazza Al-Alati, H.E Chief of General Staff Lieutenant General Khaled Saleh Al-Sabah, Under Secretary National Guard Lieutenant General Hashem Abdul Razzaq Al-Rifai and Deputy Director of General Directorate for Coast Guard Brigadier General Saleh Al-Fojeri in separate meetings.

Upon arrival at the Sabah Al-Ahmad Naval Base, PAK NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi was warmly greeted, welcomed and received by the Deputy Director of General Directorate for Coast Guard Brigadier General Saleh Al-Fojeri.

A contingent of Kuwaiti Naval Forces presented the Guard of Honor to the CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi.

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Later, both the dignitaries held One on One important meeting at the office of the Deputy Director of General Directorate for Coast Guard Brigadier General Saleh Al-Fojeri.

During the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed various matters of professional and mutual interest and recent regional security situation.

On the occasion, CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi highlighted the various sincere efforts and initiatives of PAKISTAN NAVY for ensuring the maritime security in the region.

Deputy Director of General Directorate for Coast Guard Brigadier General Saleh Al-Fojeri highly lauded and appreciated the efforts of PAKISTAN NAVY in support of the collaborative maritime security in the region.

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Both the dignitaries also agreed on further strengthening the Bilateral Defense Cooperation between both the Brotherly Countries, PAKISTAN and Kuwait.

Later, CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi held important meetings with the Commander Kuwait Naval Forces Brigadier General Hazza Al-Alat and Under Secretary National Guard Lieutenant General Hashem Abdul Razzaq Al-Rifai.

During the meeting, all the dignitaries discussed various matters pertaining to recent regional security, matters to professional and mutual interest. The dignitaries also discussed the ways to further strengthen the bilateral cooperation and collaboration in the Defense and Security domain between both the Brotherly ISLAMIC Countries.

“Both the dignitaries discussed the matters of mutual naval collaboration, including Regional Maritime Security Patrols and participation in the Combined Maritime Forces (CMF),” DG ISPR added.

On the occasion, the Commander of Kuwait Naval Forces highly appreciated the distinctive efforts of PAKISTAN NAVY in the realm of Maritime Security in the region.

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi was also given the briefing regarding the capacity and operational capabilities of Kuwaiti Naval Forces.

It is highly expected that the recent high-profile visit of PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi will significantly help to strengthen the bilateral Security and Defense relations between both the Naval Forces of the ISLAMIC Countries.

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