Pakistan Navy on Thursday released a brand new track ‘The Call of Peace’, for the multinational naval exercise Aman 2021.
Pakistan Naval Spokesperson said that the song carries powerful message of peace and resolve for collaborative approach.
The Spokesperson added that around 45 countries are participating in AMAN-21 under the slogan ‘Together for Peace.’
The song ‘The Call of Peace,’ expresses the glory of Pakistan Navy, its radiant colors and its deep love for Pakistan. The determination to uphold the flag is also shown with sense of pride and patriotism.
The song opens with powerful words by Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi saying,
“I often queried that why my success should come someone’s failure or why would my success means that someone must loose. There has to be a way where we all can win and because this goes against the established thinking and psychology, therefore, it needs paradigm shift. Let’s Come Together, Understand each other, and fight the common enemy.”
#PakNavy released a song #CallofPeace on special occasion of Multinational Naval #ExerciseAMAN2021. Song carries powerful msg of peace & resolve 4 collaborative approach. Around 45 countries are participating in AMAN-21 under the slogan #TogetherforPeacehttps://t.co/YC98LYuurA pic.twitter.com/uwSVAwpdf0
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The new song has been prepared with Urdu and English combination in which peace loving countries have given a call for united stand for peace.
Aman-2021 will have two phases: a harbour phase and a sea phase.
Harbour activities would include seminars, discussions, demonstrations and international get-togethers.
The sea phase would demonstrate tactical maneuvers on anti-piracy, counterterrorism, gunnery firing and search and rescue missions.
The hallmark of the sea phase would be the international fleet review, which will be witnessed by national and foreign dignitaries from one of Pakistan Navy’s bigger ships.
Aman Exercise provides enormous opportunities to the participants for contriving the contours of such a collective response.