A delegation from the National Defence College of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh, headed by Rear Admiral Mohammad Shahjahan, visited Wednesday the Command of the Sultan’s Armed Forces (COSAF) at Al Murtafa’a Garrison.
Upon their arrival at the COSAF, they were greeted by Brigadier Hamid Abdullah Al Balushi, Assistant Chief of Staff of the Sultan’s Armed Forces (SAF) for operations and planning.
During the meeting, the two sides exchanged views regarding various matters of mutual interest, Oman News Agency (ONA) reported.
The delegation also visited Wednesday the Maritime Security Centre (MSC) where they were greeted by Commodore Adil Hamoud Al Busaidi, Head of the MSC upon their arrival to the Centre.
During the visit, members of the delegation were briefed on the tactical roles and tasks carried out by the Centre in the safety of the Omani maritime environment. They also toured the MSC’s facilities and viewed its latest equipment and technologies used in carrying out its national duties.
Earlier, the delegation visited Tuesday the National Defence College (NDC) at Bait Al Falaj Garrison where it was received by Rear Admiral Ali Abdullah Al Shidi, Commandant of the NDC (photo).
During the visit, the two sides discussed several matters of mutual interest, particularly in academic and training fields.
The visiting delegation was briefed on the College’s facilities. The delegation also toured the NDC’s departments and its various halls.
Lastly, Major General Hamid Ahmed Sakroon, Chairman of the Academy for Strategic and Defence Studies received at Bait Al Falaj Garrison the visiting delegation from the National Defence College of the People’s Republic of Bangladesh.
The two sides discussed several academic and training matters of mutual interest. The meeting was attended by Brigadier Nasser Abdullah Al Qutavbi, Head of the Centre for Strategic and Defence Studies.
In another development, the National Survey Authority (NSA) at the Ministry of Defence inaugurated Wednesday a new Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV).
The new UAV is considered an addition to the authority’s capabilities. Utilizing such UAVs is a modern and practical method that saves efforts and time in survey and exploration operations.
Moreover, the move comes within the framework of the authority’s vision to keep pace with international developments in the geospatial fields.