KARACHI (Daily Relation Times) – Naval Chief Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi on Saturday underscored the contribution of Pakistan Navy towards regional maritime peace and stability through its initiative of Regional Maritime Security Patrols and participation in Combined Maritime Force.

He was talking to Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy Admiral Tan Sri Abdul Rahman bin Ayob during an official visit to Malaysia.

During the meeting, the Chief of Royal Malaysian Navy appreciated Pakistan Navy’ role in maritime security in the region and acknowledged significance of strong bilateral defense collaboration.

Later, Amjad Khan Niazi visited Malaysian National Defence College PUSPAHANAS where he was received by President of PUSPAHANAS and was also presented Guard of Honour.

On this occasion, a detailed briefing was given to the Naval Chief on the training being imparted at the college.

The Naval Chief also called-on DG National Hydrographic Center (NHC) and was briefed on the roles and capabilities of National Hydrographic Center.

He sought to enhance collaboration between Malaysian National Hydrographic and Hydrographic Services of Pakistan to learn from each other’s experience.

The visit of Naval Chief will further augment and expand defense ties between the two countries in general and navies in particular.

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