Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise “Sea Guardian-2023” commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.

Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise "Sea Guardian-2023" commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.
APP16-111123 KARACHI: November 11 - Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise "Sea Guardian-2023" commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries. APP/ABB/ZID
Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise "Sea Guardian-2023" commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.
APP16-111123
KARACHI: November 11
Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise "Sea Guardian-2023" commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.
APP17-111123
KARACHI: November 11 – Group photo of Commander Pakistan Fleet Vice Admiral Muhammad Faisal Abbasi and Chinese Commander Rear Admiral liang Yang with Pakistan and Chinese Naval officials at the opening ceremony of Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise “Sea Guardian-2023”. APP/ABB/ZID
Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise "Sea Guardian-2023" commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries.
APP18-111123
KARACHI: November 11 – Pak-China Joint Naval Exercise “Sea Guardian-2023” commenced with an aim to enhance bilateral cooperation and interoperability between the navies of both countries. APP/ABB/ZID
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