Pakistan-Poland Navies to bilaterally ensure security of region

Pakistan-Poland Navies to bilaterally ensure security of region

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and Poland on Monday agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation in line to ensure security of the region.

This was agreed during a meeting of Chief of Polish Navy Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel and Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah.

Chief of the Polish Navy visited Naval Headquarters here and called on Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, according to Pakistan Navy press release.

Upon arrival at Naval Headquarters, the visiting Naval Chief was received by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah.

A smartly turned out contingent of Pakistan Navy clad in ceremonial dress presented him the Guard of Honour. Thereafter, Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah introduced the visiting dignitary to the Principal Staff Officers at Naval Headquarters.

Later, both the chief of navies held detailed discussions on professional matters and bilateral naval collaboration in diverse fields.

A comprehensive brief on PN's operational developments was also given to the visiting dignitary.

The Polish Naval Chief highly appreciated the efforts of Pakistan Navy in maintaining collaborative security in Indian Ocean and beyond which is also a shared vision of global navies.

The Polish Naval Chief lauded the efforts of Pakistan Navy for hosting Multi-National Maritime Exercise AMAN-17 in February this year.

Admiral Zakaullah thanked Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel for active participation of Polish Navy in Multinational Naval Exercise AMAN 17 to join hands for common resolve of `Together for Peace'.

Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel, also called on Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee and Chief of the Air Staff during his engagements at Islamabad.

In the second leg of his visit, Chief of Polish Navy is scheduled to meet Naval Field Commands at Lahore and Karachi including PN War College Lahore and PN Fleet/Units at Karachi.

The Polish Navy Chief will also lay wreath at mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam.

Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel has had the honour to hold number of Command and Staff appointments including Chief of Staff of Submarine Squadron, Exercise planner at NATO command of Commander Submarine Force East Atlantic (COMSUBEASTLANT), Deputy Chief of Plans and Policy Division, Deputy Chief of Strategic Planning and Command of 3rd Ships Flotilla.

Rear Admiral Miroslaw Mordel is a graduate of Polish Naval Academy and General Staff College of German Armed Forces and postgraduate from Naval Command College in Newport, USA.