Pakistan, Russia sign MoU to cement bilateral cooperation
Pakistan and the Russian Federation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for naval cooperation, in a bid to additional consolidate the ties between the international locations that had as soon as been rivals.
The settlement was signed throughout the go to of Vice Chief of Naval Employees, Vice Admiral Kaleem Shaukat’s go to to the Russian Federation.
Spokesman of Pakistan Navy says the MoU would help increase the present naval cooperation between the 2 nations, toiling to go looking out new allies within the area.
Within the meantime, Vice Chief of Naval Employees additionally known as on Commander-in-Chief of the Russian Federation. They exchanged views on skilled issues and safety state of affairs within the Indian Ocean.
Earlier, Pakistan and Russia had agreed to boost cooperation within the coaching of Armed Forces personnel in Naval topic and conduct of wider range joint navy workouts.
The settlement was reached throughout a gathering between former Defence Minister Khurram Dastgir Khan and his Russian counterpart Fundamental Sergey Shoygu in Moscow in April this yr.
Pakistan and Russian Federation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for naval cooperation. It was signed during visit of Vice Chief of Naval Staff Vice Admiral Kaleem Shaukat's visit to the Russian Federation. pic.twitter.com/oPvg7kZ8rq
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