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PAKISTAN NAVY Ships ASLAN and MOAWIN Arrives In Port Nouakchott, Mauritania As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa:

PAKISTAN NAVY Ships ASLAT and MOAWIN arrive in Nouakchott Mauritania as part of the Overseas Deployment To Africa and humanitarian aid.

Earlier upon arrival at the Nouakchott Port, the Top-Level Mauritanian Navy Officials extended welcomes the visiting PAKISTAN NAVY Ships. The Mission Commander and Officers of PAKISTAN NAVY’s visiting Ship called on President Region Council of Nouakchott, Chief of Defense Forces Mauritanian Armed Forces and Chief of Marine Staff Mauritanian Navy.

During the meeting, the Mission Commander of PAKISTAN NAVY Ships MOAWIN and ASLAT conveyed sincere and heartfelt regards from PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi to the Mauritanian Navy and people of Mauritania.
PAKISTAN NAVY Ships ASLAN and MOAWIN Arrives In Port Nouakchott, Mauritania As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa
During the meeting, the dignitaries from both the sides agreed on further enhancing and expanding the brotherly and cordial relations between the two Brotherly ISLAMIC Countries.

The Mission Commander of PAK NAVY’s Visiting Ships ASLAT and MOAWIN also highlighted the precious sacrifices of PAKISTAN NAVY in the ongoing fight against terrorism in the country and the Mission Commander also highlighted the role and initiative of PAKISTAN NAVY in regional and international maritime security, safety and stability.

PAK NAVY Organized Free Medical Camp During Visit to Nouakchott Mauritania

Later, the Mission Commander also held interactions with the senior Mauritanian Authorities in which both the sides agreed on further strengthening the brotherly relations between both the countries.

PAKISTAN NAVY is also organizing a free Medical Camp in Mauritania spanning over 3 days. The free medical camp organized by the team of qualified Paramedics and Doctors of PAKISTAN NAVY. During 3 days, the free medical camp organized by the PAKISTAN NAVY provided free medical treatment to over 2000 local patients.

During the free medical camp, the patients were provided free medical tests and medication during the examination.
PAK NAVY Organized Free Medical Camp During Visit to Nouakchott Mauritania for Humanitarian Aid
Furthermore, PAKISTAN NAVY MOAWIN ship is also equipped with the state of the art medical facilities and for this reason, some of the local Mauritanian patients were also treated onboard the PAKISTAN NAVY MOAWIN Ship. The recent free medical camp in Mauritania by PAKISTAN NAVY was widely appreciated, lauded by the local populace of Mauritania.

Later, a reception dinner was hosted onboard the PAKISTAN NAVY Ship MOAWIN. People from diplomatic Corps, Senior Mauritanian Navy Officials, prominent local authorities and Senior Officer of PAKISTAN NAVY attended the graceful reception dinner.
On the occasion, the Mission Commander of PAK NAVY’s Visiting Ship also highlighted the recent inhumane situation and human crisis in indian occupied Jammu & Kashmir (iOJ&K). The Mission Commander also highlighted the grave human rights violations being perpetrated by the coward and filthy indian security forces against the unarmed, innocent and civilized Kashmiri Brethren.

PAK NAVY Organize Free Medical Camp At Mauritania Visit

The recent and ongoing PAKISTAN NAVY’s initiative of the Deployment of PAKISTAN NAVY Ships to Africa is aimed at further expanding the brotherly, friendly and cordial ties between Brotherly African Countries, extended humanitarian assistance, enhancing Naval Collaborations and developing Interoperability with the friendly and brotherly host Navies.
It is worth mentioning that PAKISTAN NAVY Ships ASLAT and MOAWIN also visit the Casablanca Port, Morocco as part of the Overseas Deployment To Africa one week ago. The Overseas Deployment To Africa is an impressive initiative of PAKISTAN NAVY to grab a strong hold in friendly African Countries.

 

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