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CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Held Important Meetings With Top Civil And Military Leadership Of Bahrain:

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi, who is on an official visit to the Brotherly Country Bahrain, held One on One important meetings with Top Civil and Military Leadership of Bahrain, 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, CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi called on Commander Bahrain National Guard (BNG) His Royal Highness Major Gen Sheikh Mohammed Bin Isa Bin Salman Al Khalifa, Commander-in-Chief Bahrain Defense Forces (BDF) H.E Field Marshal Shaikh Khalifa Bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, Commander Royal Bahrain Naval Forces (RBNF) Rear Admiral Mohammed Yousif Al Asam and Deputy Commander US NAVCENT Rear Admiral Curt Renshaw in separate One on One meetings.

CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Held Important Meetings With Civil And Military Leadership Of Bahrain
CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Held Important Meetings With Civil And Military Leadership Of Bahrain
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Upon arrival at the Royal Bahrain Naval Force Headquarter, the CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi was warmly greeted by the Commander RBNF. A ceremonial Guard of Honor was presented to the CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi. Later, a comprehensive briefing was given to the PAK NAVAL CHIEF.

During all the separate meetings with the Top Military Leadership of the Kingdom of Bahrain, matters related to professional interest, recent regional security situation and bilateral defense collaborations were discussed.

Bahrain lauds PN's efforts for regional stability
Bahrain lauds PN’s efforts for regional stability

“During the separate meetings with military leadership of the Kingdom of Bahrain, matters related to maritime security and bilateral defence collaborations were discussed. The Naval Chief highlighted PAKISTAN NAVY’s initiative of Regional Maritime Security Patrol and contributions of PAKISTAN NAVY to maintain peace and order at indian Ocean Region. The dignitaries greatly appreciated role and contributions of PAKISTAN NAVY in maintaining peace and stability in the region,” DGPR NAVY said.

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CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Holds Important Meeting In Bahrain
CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Holds Important Meeting In Bahrain

During the occasion, CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi highlighted the precious initiatives of the Regional Maritime Security Patrol (RMSP) of PAKISTAN NAVY to maintain the regional peace and stability in the indian ocean region (iOR).

“NAVAL CHIEF highlighted #PAKNAVY initiative of Regional Maritime Security Patrols and contributions of PN to maintain peace & order at indian Ocean Region. The dignitaries greatly appreciated role and contributions of PN in maintaining peace and stability in the region,” DGPR NAVY added.

On the occasion, the dignitaries highly lauded, commended and appreciated the contributions and role of PAKISTAN NAVY in maintaining peace and stability in the region.

Later, CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi also held an important meeting with Deputy Commander HQ NAVCENT Rear Admiral Curt Renshaw.

During the meeting, both the dignitaries discussed matters pertaining to mutual interest and recent regional security situations.

CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Held Important Meeting With Deputy Commander US NAVCENT
CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi Held Important Meeting With Deputy Commander US NAVCENT
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It is pertinent to mention that the recent high-profile visit of CNS Admiral Amjad Khan Niazi will help to boost and Bilateral Defense Collaboration between both the Brotherly Countries in the near future.

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