Islamabad (19th Oct, 2019): Pakistan and Indonesia organized mutual naval drills in Karachi.
Pakistan Navy’s Special Services Group (SSG) and Indonesian Navy’s Special Forces participated in a bilateral ‘Sea Thunder IV’ exercise for seven days in Karachi.
According Pakistan Navy spokesperson, ships of Pakistan Navy, Sea King helicopters and special force’s boats took part in the 4th annual maritime drill.
The aim of the exercise was to strengthen military relationships of both Islamic countries, improve coordination, interoperability and exchange of professional expertise in Special Operations Forces domain.
Cops from both navies mutually benefited from the exercise which included anti-terrorism operations, rescue and hostage operations, counter-terrorism in maritime domain and intelligence-based operations.
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