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Pakistan ‘persistently contributing to peace, stability in the region’, says CONS at AMAN 2021

Karachi: Pakistan persistently contributes to “peace and stability in the region”, Chief of the Naval Staff (CONS) Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said while addressing the 7th multinational AMAN 2021 naval exercise.

Admiral Niazi visited the ships of the foreign navies participating in the naval exercise AMAN 2021, according to a press release issued Sunday by the Pakistan Navy. The Naval Chief interacted with senior and commanding officers and was given briefings aboard the ships.

He said the 7th multinational AMAN 2021 naval exercise also reinforced regional maritime security and enhanced interoperability between regional and extra-regional navies.

During his interactions, the admiral highlighted that Pakistan, as a responsible maritime state, is persistently contributing to peace and stability in the region.

The naval chief appreciated the foreign navies’ participation in the AMAN 2021 exercise to fulfil common resolve of “Together for Peace”, noting that camaraderie generated herein would grow in future and bring the countries closer to the mutual goal of peace and prosperity.

Upon his arrival on board foreign visiting ships, Adm Niazi was warmly welcomed by senior and commanding officers and was presented a guard of honour by contingents.

The naval chief visited the Indonesian Navy Ship KRI BUNG TUMO, Russian Navy Ship ADMIRAL GRIGOROVICH, and Sri Lankan Navy Ship GAJABAHU.

The senior and commanding officers of the respective ships highly acknowledged the Pakistan Navy’s persistent efforts to bringing global navies towards the shared commitment of maritime peace, stability, and lawful order at sea.

During the other activities of the day, the National Institute of Maritime Affairs (NIMA) under the auspices of Pakistan Navy organised the International Maritime Conference (IMC-21) under the theme, “Development of Blue Economy under a Secure and Sustainable Environment: A Shared Future for Western Indian Ocean Region.” The News

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