Multi National Forces Exercise Eternal Brotherhood-II Ends In Pakistan
RAWALPINDI – The multi-national special forces exercise ‘Eternal Brotherhood-II’ concluded in Barotha after two weeks, as announced by the military’s media wing on Sunday.
According to a statement from the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the closing ceremony for this joint forces drill was held in Barotha, Punjab.
The exercise involved Special Forces from Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Turkey, and Uzbekistan, focusing on counter-terrorism operations. Its objective was to strengthen the longstanding military ties among friendly nations and foster the concept of joint military operations.
#ETERNAL_BROTHERHOOD_II Special Forces Exercise, hosted by Pakistan, has been concluded.
Special Forces of Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Qatar, Turkey, and Uzbekistan were part of this exercise. pic.twitter.com/iZtqYoIKy6
— International Defence Analysis (@Defence_IDA) October 1, 2023
The Corps Commander of 11 Corps attended the closing ceremony as the Chief Guest, accompanied by the Director General of Military Training and the General Officer Commanding the Special Service Group. Officers from the participating countries also observed the closing ceremony.
The Special Forces from the participating countries showcased their professional skills on the final day.
The exercise commenced on September 20, 2033, and the Chief of Army Staff visited Barotha Garrison during its course. He received a briefing from the General Officer Commanding the Special Service Group on the exercise’s scope and conduct.