Chief of South African National Defence Forces General Rudzani Maphwanya called on Naval Chief Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi in Islamabad here on Thursday.
During the meeting, the Naval Chief and the visiting dignitary discussed the regional maritime security situations and matters of mutual interests.
The Naval Chief briefed the visiting dignitary about Pakistan Navy’s role in regional peace and security.
The Chief of South African National Defence Forces commended Pakistan Navy’s efforts for maritime security.
Earlier, the CNS Niazi had visited Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air War College, Karachi to pay rich tribute to the sacrifices of the Pakistan Armed Forces in the defence of the country.
On the occasion, Pakistan Navy Chief had emphasized to keep abreast with emerging trends to deal with a dynamic security environment.
He had added that no force could achieve success in today’s warfare without ‘jointness’ in Military Operations.
CNS Niazi had also highlighted that PN is always ready to tackle maritime security challenges faced by the country. He had also interacted with foreign officers undergoing a course at Air War College.
Previously, Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal Zaheer Ahmed Babar Sidhu had visited Naval Headquarters (NHQ) today and called on CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi.
Air Chief Zaheer Ahmed had laid a floral wreath at Shuhada Monument and was introduced to Principal Staff Officers at NHQ.
CNS congratulated CAS on assuming Command of PAF & said that PN & PAF will continue endeavours to enhance synergy & seamless integration in related matters. Air Chief also assured PAF’s full support & pledged to work together in making defence of the country impregnable.(2/2)
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Niazi had also facilitated the Air Chief on assuming Command of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) and said that Pakistan Navy and Pakistan Air Force will continue endeavours to enhance synergy and seamless integration in related matters.
CAS Zaheer Babar also assured PAF’s full support and pledged to work together in making the defence of the country impregnable.