TEHRAN – Iran’s Second Admiral Amir Arya Shafqat Rudsari met with Pakistan’s Navy Commander Mohammad Amjad Khan Niazi on Monday on the sidelines of the Aman-21 multinational train in Karachi to debate maritime safety.
The 2 navy officers mentioned the most recent cooperation between Iran and Pakistan in maritime safety, the participation of the 2 neighboring nations in holding joint workouts, and sending ships to one another’s ports.
In line with Iran Press, Pakistan’s Navy commander praised the presence of Iran’s navy delegation because the observer of the Aman-21 worldwide train, describing it as an indication of deep friendship between the 2 nations and their joint imaginative and prescient for sustaining safety and stability at sea.
Pointing to cultural and historic bonds in addition to geographical proximity, Admiral Amjad Niazi highlighted the necessity to enhance relations within the sea and alternate experiences between the 2 nations’ navies.
Admiral Shafqat Rudsari, who headed an Iranian navy delegation to Karachi, wished the Pakistani Navy success for holding the Aman-21 multinational train.
Members of the Iranian navy delegation attended the worldwide maritime convention’s ultimate session on Monday. Pakistan’s International Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi spoke as a particular visitor on the convention’s closing session.
Pakistan’s Navy started one of many largest naval workouts within the Arabian Sea together with the participation of navies of 45 nations together with the three largest navies, the U.S., China and Russia, which joined the train this yr.