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Iran’s naval warships reached at Pakistan’s port to kick start PASSEX exercise

Sep 27, 2016
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Iran’s KONARAK, KHANJAR, LAVAN and FALAKHEN Naval ships reached Karachi, the city located in the southern Pakistan, at the coast of the Arabian Sea, on Tuesday.

Pakistan’s Navy officials received the Iranian diplomats and their naval ships. It is said that both the countries’ officials are planned to have interactions and would exchange professional and technical ideas on the subject.
In addition to training activities and exchange of visits by naval personnel, sports activities are also planned to take place in the coming days. Passage (PASSEX) is also set to be held at the end of the 3 days visit, with the intent to enhance the interchangeability between the and Navy.

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