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Top CHINESE CMC General Xu Qiliang Meets Naval Chief Admiral Zaffar Abbasi in Naval HQ ISLAMABAD:

The Top-Level CHINESE Central Military Commission (CMC) General Xu Qiliang, who is on an important visit to PAKISTAN, holding important meetings with both the Senior level Military and Civil leadership of the country.

In a recent development, the visiting Top-Level CHINESE dignitary visits the Naval Headquarter and hold an important meeting with the PAKISTAN NAVAL Chief Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi.

         

According to the news release of PAK NAVY Public Relations Department, The Top-Level CHINESE Dignitary was warmly welcomed and received by the PAKISTAN NAVAL Chief Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi upon arrival at NAVAL HQ ISLAMABAD.

NAVAL Chief Admial Zaffar Abbasi Warmly Welcome the CHINESE CMC General Xu Qiliang
NAVAL Chief Admial Zaffar Abbasi Warmly Welcome the CHINESE CMC General Xu Qiliang

A smart and active contingent of PAKISTAN NAVY Cadets presented the Guard of Honor to the visiting CHINESE Top General.

After that, the Top-Level CHINESE Central Military Commission (CMC) General Xu Qiliang laid a floral wreath at the Shuhada’s Monument at Naval Headquarters ISLAMABAD. Thereafter, the CHINESE dignitary was introduced to the Principal Staff Officers at Naval Headquarters ISLAMABAD.

CHINESE CMC General laying a Floral Wreath at Shuhada's Monument
CHINESE CMC General laying a Floral Wreath at Shuhada’s Monument

The Top-Level CHINESE Central Military Commission (CMC) General Xu Qiliang holds important meeting with the PAKISTAN NAVAL Chief Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi in his office.

The details of the meeting are not disclosed and the top-level defense analysts are suggesting that hot burning issues came into consideration during the meeting, including indian Occupied Kashmir (iOK).

Smart Contingent of PAKISTAN NAVY Presenting Guard of Honor to Visiting CHINESE Dignitary General Xu Qiliang
Smart Contingent of PAKISTAN NAVY Presenting Guard of Honor to Visiting CHINESE Dignitary General Xu Qiliang

NAVAL Chief Admiral Abbasi appreciated the close relations between the People, Military and Governments of both the countries that are time-tested and based on mutual respect, trust and confidence.

On the occasion, the NAVAL Chief expresses satisfaction over various ongoing projects between the friendly Naval Forces of both the friendly countries.

Notably, the NAVAL Chief Admiral Zaffar Mehmood Abbasi also specially thanked the visiting CHINESE dignitary for sending the State-of-the-Art CHINESE Warships, Frigates and Teams of Marines and Special Forces to participate in the Multinational Naval Exercise AMAN-19. General Xu Qiliang highly appreciate the successful commencement of Naval Exercise AMAN-19.

CHINESE GENERAL VISITING NAVAL CHIEF
CHINESE GENERAL VISITING NAVAL CHIEF

The Top-Level CHINESE Central Military Commission (CMC) General Xu Qiliang termed PAKISTAN as CHINA’s All-Weather Strategic partner.

During the meeting, both military commanders expressed their full confidence on the Multi-Billion Dollars CHINA PAKISTAN Economic Corridor (CPEC) Project and termed it as a pillar of economic prosperity in the region and beyond.

The Top-Level CHINESE Dignitary was given a briefing on the ongoing efforts of PAKISTAN NAVY Towards stability and peace in the region. The recent situation of the contested indian ocean also came into discussion during the briefing.

The visiting CHINESE Top-Level Central Military Commission General Xu Qiliang will visit the different Commands of PAKISTAN NAVY at Karachi in his second leg of visit.

The recent visit of the Top-Level CHINESE Dignitary to the PAKISTAN NAVAL HQ will help to further foster the military ties between the two all-weather friendly countries.

” پاک چین دوستی ہمیشہ زندہ باد “

” 长期生活在巴基斯坦的中国永远的朋友 “

” Chángqí Shēnghuó Zài Bājīsītǎn De Zhōngguó Yǒngyuǎn De Péngyǒu “

” LONG LIVE PAKISTAN CHINA FOREVER FRIENDSHIP “

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