Pakistan Navy inducts another ship into fleet
Pakistan Navy Ship YARMOOK.
Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi graced the occasion as chief guest.
Speaking on the occasion, the chief guest termed the induction event an important milestone for the Pakistan Navy. He said that PNS YARMOOK in Pakistan Navy Fleet will significantly act as force multiplier to safeguard maritime interests of Pakistan. The admiral further said the ship will contribute towards achieving sustained maritime order through Pakistan Navy Regional Maritime Security Patrols (RMSP) initiatives.
Highlighting the plight of Kashmiris in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK), the chief guest paid tribute to their exemplary struggle of self-determination against Indian oppression. He paid rich tribute to the medical and paramedical staff of the country fighting COVID-19 pandemic.
PNS YARMOOK is the latest warship with an effective amalgam of weapons and sensors possessing cutting edge self-protection and terminal defence systems constructed at M/S DAMEN Shipyards, Romania. The ship is capable of performing a variety of naval operations and transport helicopter and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) simultaneously. The second Corvette PNS TABUK is expected to join Pakistan Navy Fleet towards end of this year.
Later, the chief guest lauded professional competence of M/s DAMEN Shipyards (Romania) and cooperation for delivering high quality platforms to Pakistan Navy. The induction ceremony was attended by the senior naval officers.