Saudi Arabia to take part in multi-national naval exercise in Pakistan
Saudi forces are to take part in a multi-national naval exercise named Aman 17, due to begin on Saturday, in Pakistan
Saudi forces are to take part in a multi-national naval exercise named Aman 17, due to begin on Saturday, in Pakistan, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The exercise, which Saudi Arabia usually participates in as an observer, aims at promoting security-wise cooperation to enhance a sustainable maritime environment and to consolidate Saudi-Pakistani bilateral defense-like relationships.
Some Arab and Islamic countries, in addition to the US, Britain, France and China, are to take part in this 5th edition of the exercise.
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