Pakistani navy ship conducts drill in LumutDecember 28, 2017
A Pakistani Navy Ship SAIF, visited the Malaysian Port in Lumut for goodwill cum training. The aim of the visit is to enhance cooperation and interoperability between the two navies at a tactical level.
PNS SAIF is the 3rd sword class frigate of Pakistan Navy fitted with state of the art weapons and sensors and is capable of undertaking all types of maritime operations in a multi threat environment.
PNS SAIF also conducted naval drills and exercises at sea with Malaysian Navy Ship KD SELANGOR (FFG-176). During the three days stay at the port, cross-ship visits and reception onboard PNS SAIF were also held.
The Pakistani naval forces have historically played a pivotal role in strengthening the bonds of friendship between nations through goodwill visits.
In this regard, Pakistan Navy recognises the need to enhance maritime collaboration, may it be in the form of regular interactions, visit of senior officers, training cooperation or participation in bilateral and multi-national exercises and exhibitions.
This visit of PNS SAIF to Lumut will further strengthen the bonds of friendship between Pakistan and Malaysia, said a newspaper report in Pakistan.