ISLAMABAD - Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi on Wednesday visited Pakistan Navy units at Sea, Coastal and forward post in Creeks Areas to witness operational readiness and preparedness of the deployed troops in Major Maritime Exercise SEASPARK 2022.

According to a press release received here, upon arrival at Jinnah Naval Base at Ormara, a comprehensive briefing was presented on the operational situation and deployment of PN Fleet assets in Area of Operations. The Naval Chief boarded PN Ships TARIQ and TUGHRIL at sea and interacted with officers and men involved in various evolutions of the exercise. Chief of the Naval Staff commended professional competence of the officers and men performing valiantly at sea. Later, the Admiral visited the Security Station at the Coastal area that ensures vigilance and defence across the coast. During a visit to Forward Post at Creeks Area, the Naval Chief was briefed on the prevailing threat environment and combat readiness for defence of Creeks Area. The Naval Chief also visited HQ Creeks Bde and interacted with marine officers/troops and appreciated their commitment and devotion in defence of the country.

Chief of the Naval Staff expressed full satisfaction over operational readiness of PN units and professional excellence of officers and men. He appreciated the dedication and high morale of troops in ensuring impregnable defence of the motherland in the prevailing challenging environment. The Naval Chief also reiterated Pakistan Navy’s resolve to safeguard the maritime frontiers of the country at all cost, according to the press release.