Pakistan Air Force gives a strong message to India
Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javed Bajwa visited an Operational Base of Pakistan Air Force today (Friday) to witness Pak-China Joint Air Exercise Shaheen-IX.
According to ISPR, the COAS was received by Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan.
Addressing the participants of exercise, the Army Chief said the Joint Exercise will improve combat capacity of both Air Forces substantially and also enhance interoperability between them with greater strength and harmony.
The COAS said that such joint training ventures are vital to increase combat readiness of both countries to face emerging geo-strategic challenges.
While interacting with the base personnel, the Army Chief lauded the professionalism and dedication of PAF and reiterated the importance of inter- services harmony and synergy for operational success.
Shaheen-IX is 9th in the series of joint exercises between PAF and PLAAF which started in 2011 and are held in Pakistan and China on alternate basis.