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PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi Visits Strategic Installations At PMSA and PNS:

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi visited different strategic installations of PAKISTAN NAVY and PAKISTAN Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) on Friday.

Visit to PAKISTAN Maritime Security Agency Strategic Installations:

Upon arrival at the Headquarter of PAKISTAN Maritime Security Agency, a smart contingent of PAKISTAN NAVY Cadets presented Guard of Honor to the Naval Chief. The Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) laid a wreath at the Yaadgar E Shuhada or Shuhada Monument and offered Fatiha.

         

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF expressed deep satisfaction of the operational readiness and preparedness of PAKISTAN NAVAL FLEET.  The Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi was briefed over the responsibility, capability and role of PAKISTAN MARINE Security Agency during the visit. 

PAK NAVAL CHIEF Visits to PMSA and PAK NAVY Installations at Coastal Areas on Friday

Later, PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF paid a visit to the newly constructed training center of the PAKISTAN Maritime Security Agency.

The newly constructed training center consists of state of the art facilities for the training of the young cadets as per the International standards.

Visit to Makran Coastal Strategic Installations:

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi paid an important visit to PAKISTAN NAVY’s Coastal Strategic Installations and different Forward Posts along the Makran Coast to review the Morale and Operational Preparedness of PAKISTAN NAVAL FLEET in this particular area.

         

During the visit to PAKISTAN NAVY’s Coast Installations, the Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi was thoroughly briefed about ongoing operational activities in different areas on and along the Arabian Sea.

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF was also briefed about the capability and achievements of Task Force-88 for ensuring the maritime security of Gwadar and multi-billion dollars PAKSTAN CHINA Special Economic Corridor (CPEC).

PAK NAVAL CHIEF Visits to PMSA and PAK NAVY Installations at Coastal Area Meeting

The Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi inspected the strategic Coastal Installations and the forward posts along the Makran Coast. Later, Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi interacted with the deployed Troops, Cadets and Officers and commends the deployed PAKISTAN NAVAL OFFICERS for their commitment, spirit of sacrifice and high morale.

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF expressed satisfaction over the Operational Readiness of PAKISTAN NAVAL FORCES in defending the Sacred Maritime Frontiers of their Motherland PAKISTAN with all the available resources. The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF also reaffirmed the unshaken resolve that PAKISTAN ARMED FORCES are fully ready, prepared and Armed to defend an inch of their Sacred Motherland PAKISTAN and any misadventure by the coward enemy shall be thwarted swiftly with an iron fist.

Meeting With Chairman China Overseas Ports Holding Company:

During the visit at Gwadar, PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi called on the Chairman China Overseas Ports Holding Company Mr Zhang Baozhong. During the meeting matters related to mutual interest regarding the security of multi-billion dollars CPEC projects came into discussion.

This is the another high profile visit of the PAKISTAN’s NAVAL CHIEF as the tensions between PAKISTAN and its filthy and coward neighbor india is at its peak. All the Tri-Armed Forces of PAKISTAN have already begun the massive preparation to end the filth of cow piss drinker hindutva from the world.

The Kashmir Siege has entered the 82nd consecutive day and yet the coward indian forces are afraid to lift the siege. INSHALLAH, the day is not so far when all the KASHMIRI BRETHREN will breath in the Fresh Air free from the filth of cow piss drinker extremist hindus. The end of the filthy hindutva role is very near and it is now only a matter of a few months.

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