Turkey and Pakistan agree to supply warships


Istanbul (Monitoring Desk) Pakistan and Turkey have crossed a crucial milestone in the defense field. Turkey has entered into an agreement to provide four ships with advanced combat capabilities to Pakistan. The ceremony was held at the Naval Yard in the Turkish capital Istanbul in connection with the preparation and delivery of these aircraft to which Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan was the guest of honor.
Pakistan Navy Chief Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi attended the ceremony. According to the agreement, two ships will be Zatraki while two will be manufactured in Pakistan. These ships, which are equipped with modern defense capabilities, also have the ability to kill fighter jets. The Turkish president said that Turkey considered the attack on Pakistan an attack on itself. The Chinese partnership will help Pakistan deal with the security threats posed by the Jet Thunder fighter jets.


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