Pak Navy fleet arrives in Bahrain for multinational exercises

Pak Navy fleet arrives in Bahrain for multinational exercises

Manama : Bahrain | Apr 19, 2011 at 2:07 AM PDT
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The US Fifth Fleet is based in Bahrain

A Pakistan Navy fleet has arrived in Bahrain to take part in multinational exercises.

According to a spokesman of the Pakistan Navy, the exercises, started in Persian Gulf on April 17, would continue until April 28.

Apart from regional states, the Pakistani and American fleets are also participating in the exercises.

Commodore Mukhtar Khan is supervising the task force as mission commander.

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