Pakistan Navy is all set to hold the 7th multinational maritime exercise “Aman” next month in Karachi in which more than 40 countries would participate.
The spokesperson of the Pakistan Navy said in a statement that over 40 countries along with their assets will participate in the Multinational Maritime Exercise “Aman” being held under the objective of ‘Together for Peace’.
Naval forces from across the world carry out joint operations and exchange their experiences at a single platform in order to achieve peace, it added.
“Aman” naval drill will play a pivotal role in strengthening maritime cooperation, promoting secured maritime environment and for regional and global maritime peace and stability.
Earlier in 2019, the five-day multi-nation naval exercise Aman-2019 had been participated by 46 nations. The exercise had displayed a resolve of 46 countries under the title “Together for Peace”.
AMAN-19 had been conducted in two phases; the harbour phase spanned from February 8 to 10 – 2019 and the sea phase from February 11 to 12.
However, Pakistan has been hosting the multi-national naval drill ‘Aman’ since 2007. In the first exercise, 28 countries had participated with their ships, aircraft and observers.
The objectives of the naval exercise include projecting a positive image of Pakistan as a country.
It will help to contribute to regional peace and stability.