Pakistani Navy Has Been Tested an Anti-Ship Missile

ISLAMABAD, (BM) – Pakistan Navy test fired land based anti-ship missile “Zarb” as part of a training exercise from the coastal region, learned BulgarianMilitary.com. The missile successfully followed its preplanned trajectory and accurately engaged the target at sea.

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Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi witnessed the exercise as Chief Guest, according to Pakistan Navy.

While speaking at the occasion, Admiral expressed his utmost satisfaction on the operational readiness of Pakistan Navy. The Admiral further said that Pakistan’s pursuit for peace and stability has to be taken in the context of our quest for maintaining a peaceful coexistence in the region and not to be construed as our weakness. Pakistan Navy, being a professionally competent and potent force, is fully capable of thwarting any aggression with an iron fist.

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He further said that operationalization of Zarb Weapon System is depictive of Pakistan’s strong resolve and high level of preparedness.

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