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    Pakistani Navy ships depart after five-day friendship visit

    Adib Noor

    Pakistan Navy ships (PNS) Shamsheer and Nasr and their crew departed the Sultanate yesterday after a five-day visit.

    The ships were welcomed at Muara Port by officials from the Royal Brunei Navy (RBN), the Pakistan High Commission in Brunei Darussalam and the Pakistani community in Brunei Darussalam.

    A dinner reception aboard the PNS Nasr was held on October 12, co-hosted by Pakistan High Commissioner-Designate to Brunei Darussaalam Major General (Rtd) Farhat Abbas Sani and the mission commander Commodore Faisal Javed Sheikh. RBN Commander First Admiral Dato Seri Pahlawan Spry bin Haji Serudi @ Haji Seruji was the chief guest.

    The ships were open for visitors on October 13 and 14. Heads of various diplomatic missions and members of Diplomatic Corps along with their families visited PNS Shamsheer on October 13.

    Meanwhile, International School of Brunei (ISB) students visited the ships on October 14.

    During their stay, sailors of the visiting ships played friendly matches including tug of war, basketball, football and cricket with local teams and visited tourist attractions in the country.

    ABOVE & BELOW: Commander of Royal Brunei Navy First Admiral Dato Seri Pahlawan Spry bin Haji Serudi @ Haji Seruji with Pakistan High Commissioner-Designate to Brunei Darussalam Major General (Rtd) Farhat Abbas Sani and Mission Commander Commodore Faisal Javed Sheikh; and members of the diplomatic corps visiting one of the ships. PHOTOS: PAKISTANI HIGH COMMISSION IN BRUNEI DARUSSALAM

    ABOVE & BELOW: Students with the crew of the visiting ships; and a local sport team with visiting sailors

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