Pakistan, Morocco joint military exercise ends Training aimed at sharing experience

Our Correspondent

The first-ever joint military exercise between Pakistan and Morocco concluded at the National Counter-Terrorism Center in Pabbi on Saturday, the military said.

According to Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), during the exercise, special forces of both countries practiced various drills including countering-terrorism manoeuvres.

The training was aimed at sharing mutual experience in the counter-terrorism domain, rehearsing and adopting best practices and enhancing cooperation between the two armies.

On October 9, it was reported that Druzhba-VI, a military exercise in which both Pakistan and Russia took part, ended at the Molkino Training Area in Russia’s Krasnodar region, the military said.

The exercise focusing on counter-terrorism lasted for a two-week period, said a statement issued by the ISPR, Senior officials from Russia and Pakistan were present at the closing ceremony.

The two-week-long exercise (September 28 to October 9) was aimed at learning from mutual experience in the counter-terrorism domain with a view to learn and adopt best practices, said the statement issued by the military’s media wing.

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