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September 13, 2020

ISLAMABAD: The Marines Training Center at Gwadar and infrastructure of 21st Air Defence Battalion at Ormara has been inaugurated.Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi visited Navy...

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ISLAMABAD: The Marines Training Center at Gwadar and infrastructure of 21st Air Defence Battalion at Ormara has been inaugurated.

Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi visited Navy units at Coastal Areas Saturday and inaugurated Marines Training Center at Gwadar and infrastructure of 21st Air Defence Battalion. He restated on the occasion, Pakistan Navy’s resolve to safeguard the maritime interests of the nation at all cost. With this Pakistan Navy’s air defence setup in vitally important Ormara coastal area has been activated that will keep providing comprehensive air defence cover to sensitive installations located at coastal region.

He was received by Commander Coast, Vice Admiral Faisal Rasul Lodhi upon arrival in Gwadar.

The Marines Training Centre (MTC) is one of the premier institutes of Pakistan Navy designed to impart basic Marines Officers and specialised professional courses to Navy and participants from friendly countries.

Establishment of the state-of-art training centre at Gwadar is a significant initiative by Pakistan Navy to cater futuristic training requirements and enhance presence along the coast. Besides, newly raised PN air defence setup at Ormara will afford comprehensive air defence cover to sensitive installations located at coastal region.

Addressing on the occasion, Naval Chief highlighted the importance of security of entire coast and Gwadar port in relation to China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). The Admiral also reiterated Pakistan Navy’s resolve to safeguard the maritime interests of the nation at all cost.

Later, while interacting with the troops deployed at Makran Coast, the Naval Chief commended officers and men for their high morale, commitment and spirit of sacrifice to safeguarded maritime boundaries of Pakistan

https://www.thenews.com.pk/print/714159-cns-says-navy-to-safeguard-maritime-interests-of-nation


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