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PM Shehbaz travels to Karachi to see Pakistan’s international maritime exercise AMAN-2023

Today’s eighth multinational maritime exercise, AMAN-23, will take place in the capital of Sindh, where Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will be present

A total of 50 nations were represented by ships, planes, special operations personnel, marine teams for explosive ordnance disposal (EOD), and observers as the Pakistan Navy began its eighth multinational maritime exercise.

According to reports, the prime minister will attend a ceremony hosted by the Pakistan Navy and see naval drills.

PM Shehbaz is anticipated to meet with the governor of Sindh, Kamran Tessori, the chief minister of Sindh, Murad Ali Shah, and other members of the ruling alliance during his quick visit to the port city.

With the involvement of navies from 50 different countries, the Pakistan Navy began the largest maritime drills in the Arabian Sea earlier this month. Tactic manoeuvres, maritime security drills like anti-piracy and counterterrorism, search and rescue operations, gunnery firings, and air defence drills are all included.

Aman 2023 aims to offer a venue for comprehending marine ideas and operational cultures, improving interoperability, and creating strategies to counter common maritime threats.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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