PNS Tabuk visits Oman during overseas deployment

ISLAMABAD – Pakistan Navy Ship Tabuk has visited Port Duqm, Oman as part of regional maritime security patrols in North Arabian Sea. The deployment/ patrolling of PN ship was to ensure maritime security in the region, said a Pakistan Navy’s press release received here on Sunday. PNS Tabuk is part of the 25th destroyer squadron of Pakistan Navy fleet and is equipped with the latest weapons and sensors to conduct maritime operations in multi-threat environment.  Upon arrival at Duqm, the ship was received by Defence Attaché of Pakistan at Oman and officials from the Royal Navy of Oman (RNO). During the visit, Commanding Officer of PNS Tabuk Captain Muhammad Umair called on the central naval area commander of Royal Navy Oman (RNO) and director of commercial and port operations of Duqm. During the interactions, matters of mutual interests were discussed and enhancement of bilateral ties in all spheres was reaffirmed. The commanding officer,  on behalf of Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi, conveyed good wishes for the people of Oman in general and the RNO in particular. 

 

 

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