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Pakistan Navy chief vows to defend maritime borders including Gwadar Port

Pakistan Navy chief vows

Pakistan Navy chief vows to defend maritime borders including Gwadar Port and CPEC. Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said this, while addressing the Pakistan Navy Fleet’s annual Efficiency Competition Parade and awards distribution ceremony in Karachi today.

Pakistan Navy chief vows

Admiral Abbasi said that Pakistan Navy is ever ready to defend the maritime borders of the country including the security of China Pakistan Economic Corridor.

He also expressed satisfaction over operational activities and preparedness of Pakistan Fleet.

He said the successful test of various missiles also proved that Pakistan Navy is fully capable to respond any aggression.

Earlier, Commander Pakistan Fleet Vice Admiral Asif Khaliq presented the fleet operational engagements during 2019.

Later, the Navel Chief distributed Proficiency Shields among the leading performing units during the previous year.

Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference

Yesterday, Pakistan Navy Command and Staff Conference reviewed maritime security. Chief of the Naval Staff presided over the conference in Islamabad.

The officials concerned briefed Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi on the ongoing and future projects of the Navy.

Moreover, Naval Chief-led conference reviewed regional and maritime security.
Furthermore, they also reviewed operational preparedness, training and welfare projects of Pak Navy.
Meanwhile, Admiral Abbasi expressed full satisfaction over operational preparedness of Pakistan Navy.
The Conference reiterated that Pakistan Navy is all time ready and prepared to deal with any sort of situation.

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