The Saudi-Sudanese bilaterally-mixed naval exercise Al-Fulk4, taking place at King Faisal Naval Base of the Western Fleet, continues its maneuvers in Jeddah between the Royal Saudi Naval Forces, represented by the Western Fleet and the Sudanese Naval Forces, in the framework of carrying out joint exercises between the two countries.
The Commander of the exercise Naval Brigadier Hazza’a bin Qatim Al-Mutairi pointed out that several joint trainings have been implemented, including carrying out procedures of practicing the right to visit and inspect any suspected ship as well as fighting in built areas, storming buildings, shooting with main and secondary weapon’s skills and carrying out combat patrols, indicating that the trainings were carried out by marines as well as naval units from the two sides.
The Saudi-Sudanese bilaterally-mixed naval exercise’s maneuvers Al-Fulk 4, started last Sunday, at King Faisal Naval Base of the Western Fleet, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
The exercise is attended by marines, Special Navy Security Units and an elite group of the navy drill instructors.
The Royal Saudi Naval Forces and its Sudanese counterpart started the first joint exercise “Al-Fulk 1”, in 2013, at the port of Port Sudan.