Naval chief for maintaining highest state of preparedness
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said on Thursday urged the field commanders to maintain highest state preparedness.
Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy concluded at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad. The conference was chaired by naval chief. The matters related to operational preparedness, prevailing security situation and developmental plans of Pakistan Navy were reviewed.
Chief of the Naval Staff was given detailed briefings on various ongoing and future Pakistan Navy projects and plans.
While taking stock of the prevalent standoff with our adversary, the naval chief lauded the commands on timely deployment of Pakistan Navy assets. He also expressed his full confidence on PN’s preparedness and resolves to deter and foil any misadventure by our foe with a befitting response.
In the midst of challenging and evolving security environment, Pakistan Navy will continue to maintain a high level of readiness. He also urged the commanders to remain prepared and maintain a constant vigil in their Area of Responsibility.
Chief of the Naval Staff lauded concerted efforts of all field Commanders for successful conduct of Multinational Maritime Exercise AMAN-19, wherein 46 countries participated with assets and observers which is a clear testimony of the confidence on Pakistan by regional and extra regional countries, thereby rejecting false impression of isolation of Pakistan from international community by our adversary.
Command & Staff Conference is the apex decision making body of Pakistan Navy in which all Chiefs of Staff, Principal Staff Officers and Field Commanders undertake strategic review of Pakistan Navy’s Policies and Plans.
Naval chief expresses satisfaction over operational preparedness
Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi has expressed his confidence over operational preparedness of Pakistan Navy to cope with all security challenges.
The naval chief reiterated to maintain robust security posture through Regional Maritime Security Patrols by PN in the Indian Ocean Region for protection of national and international shipping against the threats of maritime terrorism, piracy, narco-arms smuggling and human trafficking.
This he said while heading the Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy which concluded on Thursday at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.