Two Pakistani Naval ships arrive in Sri Lanka

Two Pakistani naval ships have arrived in Sri Lanka to enhance defence cooperation between navies of two nations.

Colombo: Two Pakistani naval ships have arrived in Sri Lanka to enhance defence cooperation between navies of two nations.

PNS SAIF and PNS NASR naval ships are on a four-day goodwill visit while on their way back home from Port Kelang in Malaysia.

The Sri Lankan Navy said the Mission Commander, Commodore Zahid Hyas and the Ships' Commanding Officers paid a courtesy call on the Commander of the Navy, Vice Admiral Jayantha Perera.

The Pakistani High Commission here described this move as part of "the strong multifaceted relationship and engagement between the defence establishments of Sri Lanka and Pakistan".

PNS SAIF is a SWORD class F22P Frigates of Chinese origin.

 

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