Rawalpindi – The week-long ‘Fajar Al Sharq-V’ multinational special forces exercise concluded in Pabbi, as announced by the Army’s media wing ISPR on Saturday. Special forces units from Bahrain, Iraq, and Kuwait actively participated in the joint counter-terrorism drills at the National Counter Terrorism Centre, fostering strong military ties among the nations.
Closing ceremony of Multinational Joint Special Forces Exercise Fajar Al Sharq-V was held at National Counter Terrorism Centre (NCTC), Pabbi. Troops from special forces of #Pakistan, Bahrain, Iraq and Kuwait participated in the exercise. #PakistanArmy @OfficialDGISPR… pic.twitter.com/C2uE7DjB0o
— Pakistan Armed Forces News 🇵🇰 (@PakistanFauj) December 9, 2023
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During the exercise, which kicked off last month, forces from multiple countries, including Pakistan, demonstrated their commitment to enhancing collaborative efforts against counter-terrorism. The event aimed to build on historical military relations and facilitate joint employment strategies while identifying potential areas for future military cooperation.
The closing ceremony, attended by officers from various countries, marked the culmination of the exercise. It showcased the enthusiasm and dedication of forces from different nations, highlighting their mutual desire to learn and benefit from each other’s expertise and experiences.