ISLAMABAD: On Tuesday, Pakistan and the United States spoke about efforts to strength their maritime security cooperation following talks between the visiting American Chief of Naval Operations and senior Pakistani military leaders, officials alleged.
“Admiral Greenert and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reaffirmed the importance of the US-Pakistani security relationship to regional stability and agreed to go on to play together in guild to make a more substantial partnership and further common objectives,” a statement published by US Embassy stated.
Agreeing to a statement released by the US Embassy, Admiral Greenert and Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reaffirmed the importance of the US-Pakistan security relationship to regional stability and agreed to carry on figuring out together towards making a stronger partnership based on mutual objectives.
Jonathan also met with navy chief Admiral Asif Sandila at naval headquarters in Islamabad. Both sides agreed to enhance professional cooperation among the two navies, the story stated. The US officer valued the role of the Pakistan Navy in anti-piracy operations in the Gulf of Aden.
Throughout his meeting with the naval chief, a comprehensive briefing was presented to Admiral Greenert on the part of the Pakistan Navy in regional maritime security and the latest functional developments.
“Pakistan’s determined effort to root out terrorism and militancy on its own soil is essential for producing a stable environment for furthering economic development and prosperity,” the official statement read.