PAKISTAN NAVY Ships PNS ASLAT and PNS MOAWIN Visits Kenya As Part Of OSD:
PAKISTAN NAVY Ships PNS MOAWIN and PNS ASLAT visits Mombasa, Kenya as part of its ongoing Overseas Deployment to Africa (OSD). Earlier, upon arrival at the Mombasa Port, Kenya, the Top Ranking officials of the Kenyan Navy warmly received and greeted the Mission Commander and Officers of PAKISTAN NAVY’s visiting ship.
Later, the Mission Commander and Officers of PAKISTAN NAVY visiting ships PNS MOAWIN and PNS ASLAT called on the Commander in Chief of Kenya Navy Major General Levi Franklin Mghalu.
During the meeting, matters related to mutual interest and regional maritime security were discussed. During the meeting, dignitaries from both sides agreed on further enhancing the bilateral Naval Cooperation, Training and interoperability between the Naval Forces of both the countries.
The Mission Commander of PAKISTAN NAVY Ship conveyed heartfelt and sincere regards from PAKISTAN NAVAL CHIEF Admiral Zaffar Mahmood Abbasi to the People of Brotherly Country Kenya in General and Kenya Navy in particular.
PN Ships MOAWIN & ASLAT visited Port Mombasa, Kenya as part of OSD to Africa. Mission Cdr interacted with Cdr in Chief of Kenya Navy & other dignitaries. Kenyan authorities appreciated PN’ free medical camp. Regional security including atrocities in IoK were also discussed pic.twitter.com/BuSLOTI8vD
— Rear Admiral M Arshid Javed DGPR Navy (@dgprPaknavy) January 12, 2020
As a gesture of goodwill, a team of PAKISTAN NAVY Doctor and Paramedic established the free medical for the local populace of Kenya. During the free medical camp, Doctors and Paramedics of PAKISTAN NAVY treated more than 2000 patients.
Some of the patients were treated onboard the PNS MOAWIN, which is equipped with the cutting-edge medical facilities.
The local populace of Kenya highly appreciated the goodwill gesture of PAKISTAN NAVY for establishing the free medical camp.
PAKISTAN NAVY also distributed the free rations among the local population of Brotherly country Kenya, which also received tremendous appreciation from the local authority and the people of Kenya.
Later, a reception dinner was hosted onboard the PAKISTAN NAVY Ship PNS MOAWIN. The dinner was attended by the large number of Senior Kenyan Navy Officials, Diplomatic Corps and prominent local authorities.
During the occasion, the PAKISTAN NAVY updated the dignitaries about the recent barbaric acts committed by the coward and filthy indian security forces against the civilized and unarmed KASHMIRI citizens. PAKISTAN NAVY also depicted the video documentary depicting the grave human rights violations committed by the filthy and coward indian security forces against the brave KASHMIRI Brethren. The documentary was received well by the audience.
The recent visit of PAKISTAN NAVY Ships PNS MOAWIN and PNS ASLAT to Brotherly Country Kenya will help to further boost the relations in a wide range of domains, including Defense and it will also help to develop interoperability between the Naval Forces of both the brotherly countries.
We are sorry that this post was not useful for you!
Let us improve this post!
Tell us how we can improve this post?