Pakistan Bahrain Naval exercise Shaheen Al Jazeera.Pakistan and Royal Bahrain Navies have finished up the reciprocal maritime activity “Shaheen Al Jazeera” which was gone for improving their abilities to counter oceanic terrorism and the various dangers confronted adrift. “Shaheen Al Jazeera” is a progression of exceptional powers practice that has been frequently directed following 1997 between Special Services Group-Navy (SSG-N) and the Bahrain Navy uncommon powers at Karachi and Manama amid interchange years.
Amid the activity the unique powers of the two nations showed different operations identified with oceanic counter terrorism and ban operations of Maritime Special Warfare (MSW) groups successfully.A representative for the Pakistan Navy Commodore Nadeem Bokhari said in an announcement issued from maritime central command in Islamabad that the activity finished with the showcase of composed uncommon strengths operations adrift which included loading up methods through surface and air stages.
The last occasion of the activity was seen by officers of the uncommon operation strengths of Royal Bahrain and the Pakistan Navy. Both administrators welcomed the expert behavior and aptitudes showed by the taking an interest groups.
The administrators highlighted that the activity “Shaheen Al Jazeera” has given useful upgrading and between operability between the two naval forces and their uncommon operations powers.