Today on September 8, Pak Navy Day is being observed to acknowledge the sacrifices and spirit of our Naval heroes who epitomized grit, courage and valour during the 1965 War.
On the eve of Pak Navy Day, Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi says Pakistan Navy is fully capable and vigilantly guarding country’s maritime interests.
In his message, he said today Pakistan Navy is recognized as a potent naval force in the region and a key partner in international navies’ collaborative maritime security initiatives.
Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said Pak Navy has also launched its own initiative of Regional Maritime Security Patrols to provide secure maritime environment for the good of global commons.
He said as we commemorate the spirit of Navy Day, all ranks of Pakistan Navy reiterate solidarity with their Kashmiri brethren and denounce the blatant annexation of Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir.
Pakistan will continue to support Kashmiris’ just struggle till the resolution of Kashmir issue, Naval Chief added.
He said with the realization of CPEC Project, Pakistan Navy is alive to its growing responsibilities and role in its success and security of lynchpin Gwadar Port.
The Naval Chief said Pakistan Navy in collaboration with China Geological Survey is engaged in mapping and exploration of offshore hydrocarbon resources.
Naval Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi’s message on Pak Navy Day
Moreover, PN has released a special documentary ‘Surkhro’ to pay tribute to the brave sons who epitomized grit and valour during the 1965 War.
Directorate General Public Relations of Pak Navy in a tweet mentioned that the Docufilm is based on a successful Ops by PN to prevent Indian submarine from entering Pakistani waters during post Pulwama standoff.
#PN released a special docufilm #SURKHRO on #PakNavyDay. Docufilm is based on a successful Ops by PN to prevent Indian submarine from entering Pakistani waters during post Pulwama standoff. #SURKHRO is a tribute to the brave sons of the soil.
YouTube link: https://t.co/KcIT5OPo07 pic.twitter.com/iy5ta7o4Fo
— DGPR (Navy) (@dgprPaknavy) September 8, 2020