Pak-Saudi special forces conduct joint exercises in Riyadh
RAWALPINDI: Pakistan and Saudia Arabia Special Forces are conducting joint counter-terrorism exercise ‘Al-Shehab-2’ underway at Prince Naif Security City, Riyadh.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), the two weeks long exercise started on November 25 and will continue till December 10. The first joint military exercise ‘Al-Shehab 1’ was held last year in Pakistan.
Pakistani contingent comprising of 68 officers and soldiers of special services group (SSG) is participating in this exercise.
The military’s press wings said the Pak-Saudi joint exercise will help participating troops from both sides to learn from each other’s experiences in counter-terrorism and strengthen bilateral cooperation between the two forces and the countries.