Arab countries launch multinational joint air exercise in Saudi Arabia

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Arab countries launch multinational joint air exercise in Saudi Arabia

A multinational joint air exercise Tuwaiq 2 involving several Arab countries has begun in central Saudi Arabia.

Saudi ministry of defense said the two-week exercise “aims to ensure the highest levels of readiness, and achieve operational compatibility and integration.

Commander of the Prince Sultan Air Base Major General Mohsen bin Saeed Al-Zahrani, and heads of participating delegations' countries including Oman, the UAE, Jordan and Egypt taking part, and Kuwait and Bahrain witnessed the drills.