Pakistan Navy's flotilla docks at Bandar Abbas
ISNA - Iranian Students' News Agency
Sat / 3 April 2021 / 15:38
Tehran (ISNA) â€“ Pakistani Navy's flotilla docked at Iranian Navy's first region in the port city of Bandar Abbas on Saturday.
The Pakistani flotilla consisted of two naval vessels. The purpose of the mission is to synergize and train the navy forces of the two countries and coordinate the security of shipping lines in the Oman Sea.
With the message of solidarity, peace and prosperity for the Iranian people and the region, the Pakistani flotilla will be present at Bandar Abbas from 3 to 6 April.
On the last day of its presence in Bandar Abbas, the Pakistani flotilla and Iranian Navy will hold joint drills in Lark Island.
According to a memorandum of understanding signed by Iran and Pakistan, the Pakistani flotilla enters Bandar Abbas every April, which did not happen last year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
During the visit, the Pakistan Navy delegation will hold meetings with the Iranian navy and military officials on bilateral relations.
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