PAKISTAN NAVY Ships MOAWIN & ASLAT Visited Tanzania As Part Of Overseas Deployment To Africa:
PAKISTAN NAVY Ships, who are on a mission of Overseas Deployment to Africa, visited the Tanzanian Port of Dar Es Salam as part of Overseas Deployment to Africa, PAKISTAN NAVY Director General Public Relations (DGPR) Rear Admiral Arshid Javed said in a statement via the official Twitter Account.
Upon arrival at the Tanzanian Port of Dar Es Salaam, the Top Ranking Tanzanian Navy Officials warmly greeted and welcomed the Mission Commander and Officers of PAKISTAN NAVY visiting ships PNS MOAWIN and PNS Aslat.
Earlier, the Mission Commander of PAKISTAN NAVY visiting ships called on the Tanzanian Navy Chief and other prominent Tanzanian authorities. During the meeting, the Mission Commander of PAK NAVY visiting ships conveyed heartfelt and sincere regards from the PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi to the people of Tanzanian in the General and Tanzanian Navy in particular.
During the interaction, both sides displayed strong resolve and commitment to further enhancing and expanding the brotherly relations between the two brotherly countries.
During the meeting, the mission Commander highlighted the PAKISTAN NAVY’s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism in the country and he also highlighted the initiative of PAKISTAN NAVY for the security of regional maritime security with the help of Regional Maritime Security Patrols (RMSP).
As a gesture of goodwill, PAKISTAN NAVY Doctors and paramedics established the free Medical Camp off the premises of Tanzanian port. The Free Medical Camp provided free medical treatment over 1600 local Tanzanian patients.
During the occasion, some of the patients were treated onboard the PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS MOAWIN, which is fitted with cutting-edge health and medical facilities.
The initiative of establishing free Medical Camp was widely appreciated by the local populace of Tanzania. Furthermore, The Free Medical Camp also earned the tremendous goodwill gesture amongst the local populace of Tanzania.
Later, a reception dinner was hosted aboard the PAKISTAN NAVY Ship. Top Ranking senior officials and officers of the Tanzanian Navy along with a large number of the Diplomatic Corps and prominent local authorities attended the graceful dinner.
On the occasion, the Mission Commander highlighted the recent deteriorating situation in indian occupied Jammu &Kashmir (iOJ&K). A documentary depicting the atrocities and grave human rights violations being committed by the coward and filthy indian security forces against the unnamed and civilized KASHMIRI Brethren, which was received well by the audience.
The recent visit of PAKISTAN NAVY Ships PNS MOAWIN and PNS TANZANIA to brotherly country Tanzania will help to bolster the brotherly relations between the people of Tanzania in general and Armed, Naval and Air Forces of Tanzania in general.
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Let us improve this post!
Tell us how we can improve this post?