Pak Navy ship provides assistance to Yemeni cargo stranded in Gulf of Aden

Islamabad: Pakistan Navy Ship –TARIQ– whilst patrolling in Gulf of Aden noticed a stranded cargo Dhow/boat specifically ABDAIHAN of Yemen.

Upon investigation it used to be published that the boat left Boosaaso (Somalia) on 10 Nov for transporting fish to Al Mukalla (Yemen). During voyage at sea her propulsion were given non operational due to loss of propeller.

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The dhow were drifting for the final ten days and used to be left without a edibles and consuming water.

Subsequently, PNS TARIQ supplied enough meals pieces and consuming water along side in a position foods to the staff of the dhow.

Furthermore, Yemeni Coast Guard and proprietor of dhow have been knowledgeable for restoration of the dhow.

PNS TARIQ additionally carried out towing operation for 10 hours in tough sea situation and left the dhow shut to the Somalian shores for additional assistance by Somalian government.

Master and staff of dhow thanked PNS TARIQ for well timed assistance.

Meanwhile, Pakistan Navy Ship –SAIF — with embarked Z9EC helicopter visited Pattaya (Thailand) from 16-21 Nov for participation in 50th Anniversary of ASEAN and International Fleet Review (IFR-2017) arranged by Royal Thai Navy (RTN).

Rear Admiral Zaka ur Rehman, Flag Officer Sea Training (FOST), represented the Chief of the Naval Staff all the way through this tournament. 

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