Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi said on Saturday that Indian Ocean was witnessing geopolitical changes of seismic nature and it added to the responsibilities of Pakistan Navy.
He made these remarks while addressing course participants of 50th PN Staff Course at Pakistan Navy War College in Lahore, according to a statement issued by Pakistan Navy.
CNS Adm Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi visited #PakNavy War College Lahore & addressed course participants of 50th PN Staff Course. During his address, CNS dilated on evolving Geo-strategic milieu & its interplay with prevalent security dynamics w.r.t maritime security challenges(1/2) pic.twitter.com/ZkjZCtLSW9— DGPR (Navy) (@dgprPaknavy) July 3, 2021
The naval chief dilated upon evolving geo-strategic milieu and its interplay with prevalent security dynamics focused on maritime security challenges.
While focusing on threat perception, he underscored that Pakistan Navy’s capabilities to deal with this paradigm shift in combating traditional and non-traditional security challenges.
The naval chief divulged on various initiatives and developmental plan in line with his vision for Pakistan Navy to be a formidable regional maritime power.
He also advised the course participant to instill Pakistan Navy’s core value of faith, character, courage, and commitment in their noble and demanding profession and draw inspiration from true Islamic values and ideology of Pakistan
On his arrival, the naval chief was received by Commandant PN War College Rear Admiral Muhammad Zubair Shafique.
Earlier to the address by Chief of the Naval Staff, a panel of course participants presented research paper on ‘Cyberspace as the fifth domain of warfare: Challenge and Opportunities for Pakistan’.
The admiral appreciated the efforts of naval war college for providing the academic stimulus and honing professional knack of the course participants.
Naval war college is the apex training institute of Pakistan Navy inculcating professional staff and military training to officers of Pakistan Navy, sister services and friendly countries for assuming future key command and staff appointments, read the statement.
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