Naval Chief lauds commanders for swift response during standoff with India
ISLAMABAD: Command Staff Conference of the Pakistan Navy, a principal decision making body of the force, discussed matters related to operational preparedness and prevailing situation, according to a statement issued here on Thursday.
The Command and Staff Conference has concluded at Naval Headquarters, Islamabad.
The conference was chaired by Chief of the Naval Staff Admira Zafar Mahmood Abbasi.
According to the statement Chief of the Naval Staff was given detailed briefings on various ongoing and future Pakistan Navy projects and plans.
While taking stock of the prevalent standoff with India, Chief of the Naval Staff appreciated Commands on timely deployment of PN assets and expressed his full confidence on PN’s preparedness and resolve to deter and foil any misadventure by Indian with a befitting response.
“In the midst of challenging and evolving security environment, Pakistan Navy will continue to maintain a high level of readiness,” the Naval Chief said.
He urged the commanders to remain prepared and maintain a constant vigil in their Area of Responsibility.
Chief of the Naval Staff lauded concerted efforts of all field Commanders for successful conduct of Multinational Maritime Exercise AMAN-19, wherein 46 countries participated with assets and observers. He said the exercise was a clear testimony of the confidence on Pakistan by regional and extra regional countries. The Aman-19, he said, rejected the false impression created by Indian of Pakistan’s isolation from international community
Command & Staff Conference is the apex decision making body of Pakistan Navy in which all Chiefs of Staff, Principal Staff Officers and Field Commanders undertake strategic review of Pakistan Navy’s Policies and Plans.