Military training exercises between Pakistan and Turkey have concluded. According to ISPR, DG Military Training Major General Asad Nawaz was the chief guest of the event.
Special services groups of both countries participated in the two-week long exercise.
ISPR says the exercise aims to leverage mutual experiences in counter-terrorism and enhance military cooperation.
The exercises included compound clearance, sniper training and IED countermeasures operations.
The Turkish military delegation was headed by Center Commander for Counter-Terrorism Colonel Mustafa Kahrman.
ISPR added that the exercises also focused on combat medical training.