Pakistan Navy has conducted a successful demonstration of anti-ship missiles fire from the sea and the air in the northern Arabian Sea.
According to the Spokesperson of Pakistan Navy, Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi observed the missiles firing.
Pakistan Navy’s warships, airplanes and helicopters successfully hit their targets.
Speaking on the occasion, the Naval Chief said the excellent demonstration of the firing of the missile reflects Pakistan’s operational capabilities and war preparedness.
He said Pakistan Navy is fully capable to effectively respond to any aggression.
#PakNavy conducted Live Weapon Firing (LWF) of anti-ship missiles from Surface & Aviation platforms in North Arabian Sea. CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi witnessed LWF as CG. The Adm expressed satisfaction over combat readiness to defend Pakistan's maritime frontiers. pic.twitter.com/SqixvbZYXs
— DGPR (Navy) (@dgprPaknavy) October 28, 2020
Earlier, the Keel laying ceremony of MILGEM Class Corvette for Pakistan Navy held at the Karachi Shipyard and Engineering Works (KS&EW).
According to the spokesperson of the Pakistan Navy, the Minister of National Defence of the Republic of Turkey, H.E Mr. Hulusi Akar was the Chief Guest of the ceremony.
Pakistan Navy Spokesperson said that the ceremony was also attended by Minister for Defence Production, Ms Zubaida Jalal & CNS Adm Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi.
Pakistan Navy Spokesperson said that it will be technologically most advanced platforms equipped with state of the art weapons and modern sensors.
The vessel will contribute to maintaining peace, security & balance of power in IOR. Earlier, CG appreciated the M/s ASFAT & KS&EW for the construction of the Corvette.