A Special Forces team of the Nigerian Military comprising 440 officers have completed counter-terrorism training in Pakistan as part of tapping into the Pakistan army’s experience in counter-terrorism.
Chief of Army Staff, Pakistan, General Qamar Javed Bajwa stressed the need for a collective response to terrorism.
He offered Pakistan Army’s experience in counter-terrorism operations and modern training facilities to assist friendly nations looking to build their counter-terrorism capacities.
He made the remarks during a visit to the Special Services Group’s (SSG) training facility where he witnessed the completion of a eight-weeks-long counter terrorism training program for the Nigerian Special Forces Battalion.
The Nigerian contingent comprising 440 trainees also includes 26 officers.
The Pakistan COAS commended the standard of training imparted and the results attained by the trainee contingent.
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