Rawalpindi: Pakistan-Turkey joint military exercise “ATATURK-XI” has started, the training exercises will continue for three weeks.
According to a statement issued by the ISPR, the inaugural ceremony of the Pakistan-Turkey Joint Military Exercise, dubbed Ataturk XI 2021, was held at the Special Services Group Headquarters, Tarbela.
According to ISPR, Turkish Special Forces and SSG Troops will take part in a three-week joint exercise, which includes counter-terrorism, close quarter battle, cordon and search, rappelling, fire and move, helicopter rappelling, compounding. There will be clearance, free fall, and hostage release techniques.
According to ISPR, the joint exercises will further strengthen the ties between the two brotherly nations and will help in adopting modern military trends and cooperation.
According to Pakistan Army Public Relations (ISPR), Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited Kharian Garrison yesterday and was received by Commander Central Command Lieutenant General Shaheen Mazhar.
According to the Pakistan Army spokesman, the Army Chief reviewed the military exercises organized by the Central Command and praised various strategies for national defense.
ISPR said that Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa while expressing his views to the officers, praised their professionalism and readiness.
The Army Chief praised the officers’ commitment to dealing with conventional, unconventional threats and the commitment to prepare for operations to defend the motherland.