Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise “Sea Guardian-2023” has commenced in Karachi with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.

Speaking on the occasion, Vice Admiral Muhammad Faisal Abbasi emphasized the importance of immaculate and sound planning during the exercise.

In his remarks, Commander Qingdao Naval Base Rear Admiral Liang Yang expressed hoped to have a mutually benefiting and professionally rewarding experience from the joint exercise.

During the exercise, frontline destroyers, frigates along with Air and other assets and Marines Special Forces from Pakistan Navy and PLA (Navy) will carry out advance level joint drills and naval maneuvers in North Arabian Sea besides professional and social activities during the harbour phase.

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