Tehran (IP) – Deputy Chief of Iran's Army for Coordination says Iran and Pakistan have great capabilities in maritime security and can maintain it, especially in the North Indian Ocean and the Oman Sea.

Iran PressIran News: In an interview with Iran Press, Rear-Admiral Habibollah Sayyari stated: "There is never a need for strangers to establish security, and they are obliged to leave our region and establish security in their area."

Major-General Rahat Nasim Ahmad Khan, at the head of the delegation of the National Defense University of Pakistan, met with the Deputy Chief of Iran's Army for Coordination, Rear-Admiral Habibollah Sayyari.

Sayyari noted that the head of Pakistan's National Defense University expressed satisfaction while visiting the Army of the Islamic Republic in Isfahan and Tehran and was surprised by the developments that the units of the Iranian army had achieved.

He said: "The Pakistani group said that all this progress in upgrading the combat equipment of the Armed Forces of the Islamic Republic of Iran is unbelievable for them."

The deputy chief of Iran's Army for coordination pointed out that the Iranian and Pakistani armed forces are scheduled to hold educational cooperation related to the University of Command and the Army Headquarters of the Islamic Republic of Iran, exchange students and professors as well as joint military exercises.

"Technical and research cooperation in various fields, especially in the field of land, air and sea, was discussed, and it was decided that the two countries continue bilateral meetings to use each other's experiences," he concluded.


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