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Pakistan Navy Ship Taimur Visits Malaysia, Participates in Bilateral Naval Exercise MPNRC News

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ISLAMABAD (92News) – Newly commissioned Pakistan Navy ship Taimur visited Naval Base Lumut in Malaysia during her return voyage from China to Pakistan.

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On arrival at the port, the PN ship was received by Pakistan’s Defense Attache Cdre Nasir Mahmood in Kuala Lumpur and senior officers of the Royal Malaysian Navy (RMN). A Malaysian military band played a tune as part of the welcome.

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PNS Taimur’s visit included port and sea phases. The Harbor Phase Table discussed business issues and bilateral dialogue with the military leadership. Subsequently at sea, the bilateral naval exercise Malpak-IV was held to enhance interoperability between the two navies.

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During the port visit, Commanding Officer PNS Taimur, Capt Yasir Tahir called on Deputy Western Fleet Cdr and CO KD SULTAN IDRIS I of RMN. Mutual interests and bilateral cooperation were discussed during the dialogue. On this occasion, the Commanding Officer of the PN ship conveyed greetings from Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi to the people of Malaysia and the Malaysian Navy in particular. Officials from the RMN and Diplomatic Corps in Kuala Lumpur visited PNS Taimur.

The visiting dignitaries were briefed about Pakistan Navy’s initiative of regional maritime security patrols in the Indian Ocean region. PN officials also visited RMN training facility and ship KD JEBAT.

The visit of a Pakistan Navy ship to Malaysia and participation in a naval exercise provided an opportunity for the two allies to further enhance the existing close diplomatic relations and cordial relations.

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