Pakistan Navy, and Royal Saudi Naval Forces arrange joint exercise: Naseem Al Bahr

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The fourteenth instalment of the significant joint Naval Exercise, Naseem Al Bahr, commenced in Karachi on a Saturday, as reported by Bol News.

This recurring naval exercise, known as Naseem Al-Bahr, consistently brings together the naval forces of Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, as highlighted by the Pakistan Navy Spokesperson. Participating in the exercise are ships from both naval fleets, alongside aerial assets and aircraft from the Royal Saudi Air Force.

The collaboration and joint manoeuvres among these naval forces represent a critical aspect of their ongoing partnership in the region.

This collaborative exercise will involve combined maritime operations targeting both conventional and non-conventional threats, thereby strengthening the synergy between the two naval forces. The spokesperson emphasized that the Naseem Al-Bahr exercise is poised to significantly enhance the coordination and effectiveness of joint naval operations between the nations involved.

The primary objective of this exercise is to further solidify the already robust bilateral ties between the Pakistan Navy and the Royal Saudi Naval Forces. This mutual effort stands as a testament to the enduring partnership and shared interests between these maritime entities.

Furthermore, the exercise presents an invaluable opportunity for both naval forces to engage in operational planning, laying the groundwork for seamless joint naval operations during the subsequent sea phase of the exercise. This meticulous planning underscores their commitment to conducting these operations with precision and efficiency.

Muhammad Awais Raza is a student pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Sociology at the Government College University (GCU). Awais can be contacted via email at He is also available on Twitter under the handle @Awais_raza512


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