KARACHI: Pakistan Navy Fleet Annual Efficiency Competition Parade for the yr 2017 used to be held at PN Dockyard. Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi graced the instance as Chief Guest.
The Efficiency Competition Parade is carried out every year by Fleet Command of Pakistan Navy to mark the end result of its operational yr in which potency shields are awarded to chose Fleet devices in line with their general efficiency during the yr.
While addressing the officials and males, Chief of the Naval Staff recommended Pakistan Navy Fleet on a success accomplishment of operational goals.
The Naval Chief highlighted that Pakistan Navy is entrusted with the sacred responsibility of safeguarding the nationwide maritime pursuits beneath the difficult inner and exterior safety setting. The Admiral additional stated that Pakistan Navy is fully cognizant of the challenges in the wake of CPEC and operationalization of Gwadar Port.
He said that all the way through 2017, but even so operational’ actions, Pakistan Navy Fleet devices had actively participated in-several primary bilateral workouts together with Exercise NUSRAT-VII, FREE OSPREY, SEA THUNDER, SEA TRENCH, SEA LION and TADBEER-E-BEHR.
Besides, behavior of multi-national workout AMAN-17 in Pakistani waters, common participation of Pakistan Navy Fleet devices’ in Coalition Maritime Campaign Plan and Combined Task Forces-150 & 151 and just lately carried out flood aid operation in Sri Lanka has now not best augmented Pakistanâ€™s maritime family members at regional degree but in addition demonstrated Pakistan Navyâ€™s attainable and significance on the subject of regional peace and balance.
Earlier, in his welcome, Commander Pakistan Fleet highlighted the operational achievements of PN Fleet and introduced the resume of Fleet actions undertaken right through the yr 2017.
Later, Chief of the Naval Staff gave away the prizes to PN devices adjudged best possible in their respective Squadrons.
The rite used to be attended by a big quantity of senior serving and retired naval officials and staff of Pakistan Navy.Â