President hails PN for securing maritime boundaries

Naval Academy plays vital role in achieving peace, harmony: Alvi



President Dr. Arif Alvi says Pakistan Navy is playing a proactive role in securing the country’s maritime boundaries and the region’s maritime interests in the wake of the emerging threats in maritime sector.

He was addressing the passing out parade of 112th Midshipmen and 21st Short Service Commission at Pakistan Naval Academy in Karachi on Saturday.

The president said the Naval Academy has played an important role in achieving peace and harmony in the region by training cadets of friendly countries.

He advised the passed out officers to come up to the traditions of their ancestors and the nation’s expectations.

According to the spokesperson of Pakistan Navy, one hundred and ninety-nine passing out officers commissioned in Pakistan Navy. The passed out cadets included fifty-three foreigners and seven female cadets.

The chief guest distributed awards among the cadets who performed with distinction.

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