Navy Commander Confers With Japan, Pakistan Military Attachés

Navy Commander Confers With  Japan, Pakistan Military AttachésNavy Commander Confers With  Japan, Pakistan Military Attachés

Navy Commander Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi held separate talks with the military attachés of Japan and Pakistan in Tehran on Monday.

Khanzadi first held a meeting with the outgoing Pakistani military attaché during which he expressed hope that the two countries, especially their navies can enhance bilateral relations with the aim of maintaining the security of the Indian ocean region, Mehr News Agency reported.

Calling for sharing experience and holding training courses for naval officers of the two countries, Khanzadi described Pakistan as a friendly and brother country. Faisal Ali Shah, the Pakistani military attaché, for his part, hailed the growing relations between the two neighbors, pointing to the recent exchange of visits between the two countries’ naval officials.

He added “there always has been interaction between the two navies based on maritime diplomacy along with  exchanges of visits.”

In his talks with the Japanese military attaché Khanzadi  said “We are interested in using shared geographic, historical, geopolitical and technological capabilities of our two countries.”

The Japanese diplomat said that he would convey  Iran’s  message to his government, expressing hope that the two sides could expand cooperation.


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