Pakistan, Saudi Arabia hold joint military training

The joint operations by Pakistan and Saudi Arabia aimed to exchange military and combat expertise and to develop units and increase their field readiness.

In the Okara district of Pakistan’s eastern Punjab province, a collaborative military training exercise between the Pakistan Army and the Royal Saudi Land Forces has officially commenced, as announced by the Pakistani military, Pakistan media reported.

The training program, organised by the Multan Corps of the Pakistan Army, kicked off at the Okara Garrison. During the inauguration, both contingents from Pakistan and Saudi Arabia showcased impressive military drills, displaying their capabilities and coordination.

The Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the media wing of the Pakistani military, provided details about the joint training, emphasising that the initiative aims to allow troops from both countries to refine their skills through a combination of classroom sessions and collective combat exercises.

As part of the inaugural ceremony, badges symbolising the joint training were ceremoniously affixed to the officers and soldiers from both the Pakistani Army and the Royal Saudi Land Forces, marking the official commencement of the collaborative military training program.

This joint effort signifies a strengthening of military ties between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia, fostering cooperation and skill development among their respective armed forces.

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