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Malaysia Lauds PAKISTAN NAVY’s Role In Spearheading Initiatives for Regional Maritime Security:

PAKISTAN CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi embarked on an official visit to a friendly country, Malaysia. During the visit, the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF visits the different facilities of Royal Malaysian Navy. 

           

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi also visited the Malaysian Naval Special Forces Training Centre, Boustead Naval Shipyard, Malaysian Naval Air Arm and Headquarter Western Fleet Malaysia.

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi was warmly received and welcomed by the Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy Admiral Tan Sri Mohd Reza Bin Mohd Sany.

A smart contingent of the Royal Malaysian Cadets presented the Guard of Honor to the PAKISTAN NAVAL Chief.

PAK NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Abbasi with Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy Admiral Tan Sri Mohd Reza Bin Mohd Sany
PAK NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Abbasi with Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy Admiral Tan Sri Mohd Reza Bin Mohd Sany

Later, PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF meets his Malaysian Counterpart in the Malaysian Naval Headquarter.

During the meeting, both the Naval Chiefs discuss various matters of mutual interest, regional security and both the sides discuss various methods to boost and strengthen the bilateral cooperation between the Navies of the two friendly and brotherly countries.

PAKISTAN and Malaysian Naval chiefs also discussed the various domains to increase the interoperability between the Naval Forces of both the friendly countries.

During the meeting, PAKISTAN CHIEF OF NAVAL Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi highlighted the effort of PAKISTAN NAVY in maintaining the overall regional and maritime security in the regional maritime frontiers, including the PAKISTAN NAVY’s initiative on Regional Maritime Security and Patrols (RMSP).

PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi inspecting the Guard of Honor in Malaysia Visit
PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi inspecting the Guard of Honor

PAKISTAN Chief of NAVAL Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi also thanked his Malaysian counterpart for participation in PAKISTAN NAVY’s maritime Multinational War Games AMAN-19 hosted by PAKISTAN.

PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF MALAYSIA VISIT

During the meeting, Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy Admiral Tan Sri Mohd Reza Bin Mohd Sany also appreciates and acknowledges PAKISTAN NAVY’s effort for the peace in regional maritime frontiers.

Both the NAVAL Chief agreed to further enhance the cooperation between the two countries in different domains through bilateral Naval Exercises, Port Calls and different training exchange programs.

A briefing was given to the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi on different roles and tasks undertaken by Malaysian Navy.

PAK NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Abbasi is meeting with Malaysian Defense Minister Mr. Mohammad Sabu
PAK NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Abbasi is meeting with Malaysian Defense Minister Mr. Mohammad Sabu

Later, PAKISTAN Chief of NAVAL Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi called on the Malaysian Defense Minister Mr. Mohammad Sabu.

During the meeting, both the dignitaries discuss different matters of mutual interest. Moreover, Malaysian Defense Minister Mr. Mohammad Sabu also acknowledged the decisive contribution in spearheading different high-level maritime frontier initiatives for maintaining maritime regional security.

PAKISTAN Chief of NAVAL Staff and Malaysian Defense Minister agreed to further strengthen the military to military cooperation between the two countries.

PAKISTAN CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi will visit the different formations and field commands of Royal Malaysian Navy.

This is the most important visit of the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF to the friendly and brotherly country Malaysia and it is expected that this visit will further help to strengthen the military cooperation between the two countries in near future.

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