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CNS Admiral Abbasi Meets Top Brunei Military Leadership During Official Visit:

PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi, who is on an official visit to MUSLIM Brotherly Country Brunei Darussalam, meets the Top Brunei Military Leadership during the visit, PAKISTAN NAVY Director General Public Relations (DG PR) Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement via Twitter.

           

“During an official visit to Brunei Darussalam, CNS Adm Zafar Mahmood Abbasi called on Royal Brunei Armed Forces Cdr, Royal Brunei Land Force Cdr & Royal Brunei Navy Cdr & discussed matters w.r.t mutual interest, regional security & stability. CNS was also briefed on Brunei fleet,” PAKISTAN NAVY DGPR Rear Admiral Arshid Javed Said in a statement via Twitter.

CNS Brunei Visit

Earlier upon arrival at the Headquarters of Royal Brunei Naval Forces at Muara, the CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi was warmly welcomed, greeted, received by the Top Royal Brunei Naval and Military Commanders, including the Royal Brunei Navy Commander First Admiral Dato Seri Pahalawan Haji Othman.

The smart contingent of the Royal Brunei Naval Forces presented the Ceremonial Guard of Honor to the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi upon arrival at Royal Brunei Naval Headquarters at Muara, Brunei Darussalam.

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CHIEF OF NAVALSTAFF Admiral Abbasi Inpecting Gaurd of Honor During Brunei Darassalam Visit
CHIEF OF NAVALSTAFF Admiral Abbasi Inpecting Gaurd of Honor During Brunei Darassalam Visit

Later, the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi held separate meetings with the Top Brunei Naval and Military Commanders. These Top Brunei Top Naval and Military Commanders including, Royal Brunei Land Forces Commander General Dato Seri Pahlawan Awang Khairul Hamed, Royal Brunei Armed Forces Brigadier General Dato Seri Pahlawan Haji Hamzah and Royal Brunei Naval Commander First Admiral Dato Seri Pahlawan Haji Othman.

During all the meetings, the CNS Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi and the Top Brunei Military and Naval Leadership discussed various matters related to mutual interest and regional security and stability were discussed.

During the meetings, dignitaries from both the sides acknowledged the existed Cordial and Brotherly relations between the Two Brotherly Countries, PAKISTAN and Brunei Darussalam, which are based on strong historical ties. 

Dignitaries from both the sides further agreed to increase the cooperation and interaction between the Security Forces of both the Brotherly Countries in a wide range of domains.

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The Top Brunei Military and Naval Leadership lauded the contribution and role of PAKISTAN NAVY’s initiative for Regional Maritime Security Patrol (RMSP) for maintaining the long lasting enduring peace and stability in the region.

CNS Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi Brunei Darassalam Visit

During the occasion, the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi also visited the fleet units and sophisticated installations of the Royal Brunei Navy and in, where he was briefed about the role and contribution of Brunei Fleet.

The CNS Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi highly appreciated the role and contributions of the Royal Brunei Navy to maintain the stability and security of regional maritime frontiers.

It is expected that the current visit of PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi to the Brotherly and Friendly MUSLIM Country Brunei Darussalam will help to further strengthen the existed strong historical bonds between the Two Brotherly Countries, PAKISTAN and Brunei Darussalam, and it will also help to increase the bilateral collaboration between the Defense Forces of Both the countries in a wide range of domains.

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