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Pakistan, Poland agree to enhance bilateral defence cooperation


Pakistan and Poland on Monday agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation in line to ensure security of the region.

This was agreed during a meeting of Chief of Polish Navy Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel and Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah.

Chief of the Polish Navy visited Naval Headquarters here and called on Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah,
according to Pakistan Navy press release.

Upon arrival at Naval Headquarters, the visiting Naval Chief was received by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah.

A smartly turned out contingent of Pakistan Navy clad in ceremonial dress presented him the Guard of Honour. Thereafter, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah introduced the visiting dignitary to the Principal Staff Officers at Naval Headquarters.

Later, both the chief of navies held detailed discussions on professional matters and bilateral naval collaboration in diverse fields.

A comprehensive brief on PN’s operational developments was also given to the visiting dignitary.

The Polish Naval Chief highly appreciated the efforts of Pakistan Navy in maintaining collaborative security in Indian Ocean and beyond which is also a shared vision of global navies.

The Polish Naval Chief lauded the efforts of Pakistan Navy for hosting Multi-National Maritime Exercise AMAN-17 in February this
year.

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