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PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR Visits Port Of Sudan And Djibouti As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa:

PAKISTAN NAVY Shop PNS NASR visits ports of Sudan and Djibouti for Humanitarian and Disaster Relief Mission (HADR) as part of Overseas Deployment to Africa, PAKISTAN NAVY DGPR NAVY Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in an official statement. 

PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR Visits Port Of Sudan And Djibouti As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa
PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR Visits Port Of Sudan And Djibouti As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa

Upon arrival at the port of Djibouti and Sudan, PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR was warmly welcomed, received and greeted by the Ambassadors of PAKISTAN to Djibouti Mr. Shozab Abbas and Ambassador of PAKISTAN to Sudan Mr Sarfraz Khan Sipra along with the respective Host Country’s Senior Naval Officials and Defense Attaché.

During both the visits, the Commanding Officer and Mission Commander of PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR called on the Senior Military and Civil Leadership of both the countries.

During the visit to Sudan, the Mission Commander and Commanding Officer called on the Commander Red Sea Military Area Major General Ibrahim Al Jail, Governor Read Sea State Sudan Mr Abdullah Shangrayi Ohaj, Commander Port Sudan Naval Base Commodore Al Sadiq Ibrahim Osman and Director General Port Authority Sudan Mr Omer Muhammad Adam.

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PNS NASR Ship sailed to Sudan As part of Overseas Deployment To Africa
PNS NASR Ship sailed to Sudan As part of Overseas Deployment To Africa

During the Djibouti Visit, the Mission Commander and Commanding Officer called on the Chief Commander of Djobouti Navy Colonel Abdul Reham Aden and Commander in Chief Djibouti Coast Guard Colonel Wais O Bagoreh.

During the meetings with the dignitaries of both the friendly country, the Mission Commander and Commanding Officer of PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR conveyed sincerest regards from the CHIEF OF THE NAVAL STAFF (CNS) Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi to the People and Military Officials of both the Brotherly countries.

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PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR during visit to Brotherly Djibouti Country
PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR during visit to Brotherly Djibouti Country

As a goodwill gesture of Humanitarian Support, food aid and the ration was handed over to the local authorities at Sudan and Djibouti.

The ration and food aid handing over events were attended by the Senior Government and Naval Officials of both the Brotherly Countries.

In Sudan, the dignitaries included the Governor Red Sea State Mr Abdullah Shangrayi Ohaj, Minister of Social Welfare State and Senior Officials from the Government and Armed Forces.

In Djibouti, the significant dignitaries included the President of Djibouti National Assembly and Local Parliamentarians.  

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During the aid distributing events, the dignitaries from both the Brotherly Countries, Djibouti and Sudan, paid special Tribute to PAKISTAN NAVY and Government of PAKISTAN for the showing the goodwill gesture and providing the critical Humanitarian Assistance to the people of both the Countries.

PAKISTAN NAVY Officials meeting with Senior Sudan Military Leadership
PAKISTAN NAVY Officials meeting with Senior Sudan Military Leadership

The ongoing deployment of PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS NASR to the African region would significantly help to further strengthen the friendly ties with the Brotherly African Countries by developing interoperability with the Host Navies, extending Humanitarian Assistance and enhancing the Naval Collaboration.

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