Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi held a meeting with Chief of Defence Forces Kenya General Robert Kariuki Kibochi at the Naval Headquarters (NHQ) today.
CNS Niazi and the visiting dignitary discussed matters of mutual interest and bilateral collaboration.
Upon his arrival, the Kenya General was presented the Guard of Honour and introduced to Principal Staff Officers.
The Naval Chief further highlighted Pakistan’s commitment to fight against terrorism and ensures Pakistan Navy’s contributions to maritime security in the region.
Naval Chief also thanked Chief of Defence Forces Kenya for the hospitality afforded to PNS NASR on its recent goodwill visit to Mombasa.
Earlier, the Naval Chief urged all the maritime stakeholders to join efforts in promoting awareness regarding the importance of hydrography and its related activities.
In his message on World Hydrography Day, he said Pakistan Navy celebrates this day every year to underscore the importance of hydrography towards its share in all marine and maritime-related activities which are eventually contributing to our national economy.
The Naval Chief elaborated that Pakistan is blessed with over 1000 kms of coastline along with 240,000 Sq kms of sea area within its Exclusive Economic Zone.
Previously, the Chief of Naval Staff held a meeting with Commander Azerbaijan Naval Forces Rear Admiral Subhan Bekirov.
During the meeting at the Naval Headquarters (NHQ), matters of mutual interest and regional security were discussed between CNS Niazi and the Commander of Azerbaijan Naval Forces.
Also, the visiting dignitary was presented Guard of Honour and laid a floral wreath at the Shuhada monument.
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