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Commander US NAVCENT Calls On PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbas:

Commander United States Naval Forces Central Command (NAVCENT) Vice Admiral James Malloy visited PAKISTAN NAVAL Headquarters, Islamabad on Tuesday, 3rd December, 2019. Upon arrival at the PAK NAVY HQ, the visiting dignitary was presented a Guard of Honor by the Smart Contingent of PAKISTAN NAVY Cadets.

Later, the commander US NAVCENT Vice Admiral James Malloy called on CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi in his office. During the meeting, various matters related to mutual interest, maritime security environment and bilateral naval collaboration were discussed.

It is worth mentioning that PAKISTAN NAVY has taken several initiatives for the regional and maritime peace and security. PAKISTAN NAVY has also taken the initiative of Regional Maritime Security Patrol (RMSP) to overlook the safety and security in the Arabian Sea.

PAKISTAN NAVY is also a regular and active member and contributor of the Combined Maritime Task Force since 2004. PAKISTAN NAVY also earned worldwide respect for Commanded the Multinational Combined Task Forces 150 (CTF-150) for eleven times and Combined Task Force-151 (CTF-151) for eight times respectively.
PAKISTAN NAVY is also commencing the Multinational Annual Oil Spill Response BARRACUDA – X. More than 25 foreign countries are participating in the Exercise and it aimed to rehearse the control of possible oil spillage at sea. During the Multinational Annual Oil Spill Response BARRACUDA – X, PAKISTAN NAVY will deploy its various assets to rehearse the oil spillage control.

 

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