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PAKISTAN NAVY Commissioned Latest Cutting-Edge Survey Ship Behr Massah In Its Arsenal To Find Natural Reserves In Deep Sea:

The modernization and upgradation program of PAKISTAN NAVY is in a full swing. In a recent development; PAKISTAN NAVY Commissioned the Latest state of the art Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah in its Naval Fleet at a prestigious ceremony in Karachi. The PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah is built by PAKISTAN’s Iron Brother CHINA for PAKISTAN NAVY.

           

The PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi was the Chief Guest of the Graceful and prestigious ceremony held in Karachi.

The PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah is built by the Dajin Shipyard equipped with the latest and state of the art apparatus and PAKISTAN NAVY will use the newly commissioned Ship to explore Natural Resources in Deep Sea and the maritime territories of the Sacred Country PAKISTAN.

Speaking on the occasion, the CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi commended and congratulated the team of Dajin Shipyard for the timely completion of this mega project meant for PAKISTAN NAVY.

CHIEF OF NAVAL STAFF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi further said that the PAKISTAN and CHINA enjoy excellent relations in both Defense Civil Sectors of the both the friendly countries.

Both Civil and Defense Sectors of PAKISTAN and CHINA would be benefitted mutually by the cordial relation between the two friendly countries.

PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF with Behr Massah Survey & Research Vessel

PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi further said that the newly commissioned of PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah in PAKISTAN Naval Fleet will significantly boost the Operation Requirements of PAKISTAN NAVY to provide critical assistance to all its allied and friendly countries in the field of Hydrography.

PAK NAVY CHIEF in the Commissioning Ceremony of Behr Massah

It is worth that the new inducted PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah is a massive 3,000 Ton Survey Ship which is expanding over 80 meters in length. The Survey Ship Behr Massah is equipped with the state of the art apparatus and equipments.

The PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah is fully capable to undertake different types of sophisticated oceanographic, hydrographic and geographical survey over deep seas. Moreover, the Behr Massah Survey & Research Ship will also be able to sea floor mapping from shallow to high ocean depths.

The newly commissioned PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah would play an important role for the development of the maritime economy and it would be used for the fulfillment of Operational Requirement of the PAKISTAN Naval Fleet. With the induction of the latest Survey and Research Vessel Behr Massah, PAKISTAN NAVY is now at par at the other developed maritime countries in terms of capacity, capability and operational readiness of Naval Fleet.

CNS in Behr Massah Commissioning Ceremony

This Gracious Commissioning ceremony was attended by the large number of High Ranking Official of PAKISTAN NAVY and Top-Level Government Officials from CHINA also participate in the ceremony.

It is worth to mention that the PAKISTAN NAVY has already joined the 32 Nation Italy Based Trans-Maritime Regional Network (T-RMN) on the October 2019. By joining this network, PAKISTAN NAVY will now get access to key maritime related information.

It is also important to know that the latest inclusion of PAKISTAN NAVY in 32 members Trans-Maritime Regional Network (T-RMN) and the recent commissioning of PAKISTAN NAVY Survey and Research Ship Behr Massah would also help to significantly boost the capability and capacity of PAKISTAN Naval Fleet to a whole new level. It will also help to maintain the stability and security in the regional maritime frontiers.

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