Commander of Kenyan Navy visited Naval Headquarters in Islamabad on Tuesday, upon arrival he met Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.
As per details, Upon arrival at the Naval Headquarters, the Chief of the Navy received the guest.
The dignitary presented the guard of honor. The dignitary laid floral wreath at the Shuhada’s Monument.
Commander of Kenyan Navy was introduced to the Principal Staff Officers at Naval Headquarters.
During the meeting, issues of regional security and stability and professional matters of mutual interest including bilateral defence collaboration discussed.
Both the dignitaries agreed on further enhancing cooperation in various domains of military collaboration.
Commander of Kenyan Navy applauded the establishment free medical camp in Mombasa.
The medical camp established off port premises by a team of Pakistan Navy doctors and paramedics.
The camp provided medical treatment and medicines to around 2200 local patients.
Some patients also treated/ operated on board Pakistan Navy Ship MOAWIN, which fitted with state of the art medical facilities.
Establishment of Medical Camp by Pakistan Navy widely appreciated and generated tremendous goodwill amongst local populace.
The recent visit of the Commander Kenyan Navy will further augment and expand defence ties between the two countries in general and the defence forces in particular.
The visit also amply utilized to highlight atrocities of Indian Armed Forces in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK).