Pak-Saudi Joint Mechanized Training kicks off at Multan Garrison

Pakistan ArmyPak-Saudi Joint Mechanized Training kicks off at Multan Garrison

To enhance and strengthen the existing military cooperation between Pakistan Army and Royal Saudi Land Forces (RSLF), a contingent of Royal Saudi Land Forces arrived for Joint Mechanized Training in Multan Garrison.

The training will be conducted for two months.

The Inter Services Public Relation (ISPR) said that the Opening Ceremony of Pak-Saudi Joint Mechanized Training was held at Multan Garrison.

General Officer Commanding Major General Zafar Iqbal Marwat was the Chief Guest on this occasion.

The participating troops of both the countries were part of the opening ceremony.

The joint training is aimed at strengthening and sharing of knowledge through a comprehensive training programme.

The drills and procedures will be practiced and tactical exercises conducted to refine the same.

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