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Naval exercise ‘Aman-17’ kicks off in Karachi

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The multinational ‘Aman-17’ naval exercise commenced in on Friday morning that includes the participation of 37 countries.

Nine of the visitors — Australia, China, Indonesia, Turkey, Sri Lanka, the United Kingdom, the United States, and — are participating with naval assets.

The guest, Commander of the Pakistani fleet Vice Admiral Arifullah Hussaini inaugurated the exercise by hoisting the flag of at the dockyard.

While addressing the the participants at the ceremony, he said that the exercise will help in working against the human trafficking, as well as narcotics smuggling.

Pakistan’s welcomed the participants and added that Pakistan, as being a major stakeholder in security of Arabian Sea, is conscious regarding and committed to ensure freedom of and lawful order.

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