The eighth annual joint exercise of Pakistan and Chinese Air forces, ‘Shaheen-VIII’, has started at northwest China. The joint training aims to improve training standards of the two air forces through mutual learning.
It will also help enhance close relations between the two countries in general and develop a mechanism for interoperability of both air forces in particular.
Last year, the joint training between the air forces of all-weather friends was held in Pakistan which was participated by a contingent of the Chinese air force, comprising combat pilots, air defence controllers, and technical ground crew along with fighter jets, bombers and early warning AWACS planes. The joint exercise is conducted each year in both countries on an alternate basis.
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13 November, 2019