PAF fully ready to defend frontiers of Pakistan: Sohail Aman

  • Kuwait Air Force Commander Maj Gen Abdullah urged the cadets to demonstrate professionalism in their conduct

RISALPUR – Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman on Friday said that Pakistan Air Force is capable of meeting any challenge and defending the aerial frontiers of the country.

He was addressing the passing out parade of 119th combat unit at Asghar Khan Academy in Risalpur, which was also attended by the visiting Kuwait Air Force Commander Major General Abdullah Yaqooba Jasim.

Sohail Aman said the air force was playing its role to establish peace, adding that the forces rendered sacrifices in the war against terrorism.

He also said that cooperation between the forces of Pakistan and Turkey is expanding, adding that it will grow further.

The air chief appreciated the performance of twelve cadets of Kuwaiti force, who took part in the training, adding that their professional skills will improve with the training.

Kuwaiti commander extended congratulation to the cadets over accomplishment of training successfully. He urged the cadets to demonstrate complete professionalism in their conduct.

He said that public of both countries enjoyed close relation due to same religious and cultural values.

On the occasion, the fighter jets presented a colourful flypast.