Karachi—Brigadier General Badr Bin Khalfan Al Zadgali, Commander Royal Oman Police Coast Guard (ROPCG) along with a delegation is on a four-day visit to Pakistan from August 8.
The delegation is visiting on personal invitation of Director General Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA).
A PMSA statement here on Tuesday said that the dignitary was received by Rear Admiral Jamil Akhtar, Director General PMSA at Headquarters of PMSA.
It said that a smartly turned out contingent of PMSA presented guard of honour to the Commander ROPCG.
The Commander ROPCG also called on Director General PMSA in his office, where he held detailed discussion on professional matters with his counterpart.
A comprehensive brief on PMSA activities in North Arabian Sea was given to the visiting dignitary followed by Introductory Brief of ROPCG.
Bilateral cooperation meeting between ROPCG delegation and PMSA officials was held and various issues of mutual interest like exchange of information, personnel training, staff talks, port visits, joint exercises etc. were agreed upon by both sides.
It was agreed to establish a formal mechanism for cooperation and coordination between PMSA and Oman Police Coast Guards.
This visit is expected to set a solid foundation for enhanced cooperation between the two brotherly organizations and likely to make significant contribution in broader maritime cooperative engagements.
The dignitary is also scheduled to visit Quaid’s Mausoleum and Pakistan Maritime Museum.
Commander ROPCG will also call on high officials of Pakistan Navy including Commander Pakistan Fleet and Commander Karachi during the visit.