Pak Army commandos leave for China for weeklong drills

ISLAMABAD: A commando contingent of the Pak Army’s special force
Thursday left for China from the PAF Base in Chaklala to participate in
the third joint military and training exercises between the two
countries.

The exercises, starting today, have been designed to benefit from the
professional skills based on the mutual experiences of the two nations
for anti-terrorism efforts.

According to a press release issued by Inter Services Public Relations
(ISPR), the weeklong exercise will be conducted from July 1 to 7 at
Qixtonxia, Yeuhuan, China.

Troops of the Special Services Group of both countries will participate in the drills.

It is aimed at practising counter terrorism mechanics and drills in
mountains, while developing interpersonal rapport between participants
of both sides.

Senior military leadership from both the countries will also attend the exercises.