Former PLA Navy commander conferred with Pakistan's highest Military Award

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Source: Pakistan Observer

Karachi—Admiral Wu Shengli, former PLA Navy commander, has been conferred with Pakistan's highest Military Award, Nishan-e-Imtiaz (Military), on Thursday, in recognition of his distinguished services and significant contributions in strengthening the bilateral relations between Pakistan and China in general and Navies of both the friendly nations in particular.

The award was conferred by Abdul Quadir Baloch; Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions, during an impressive ceremony held at Pakistan Navy Dockyard. Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah, Chief of the Naval Staff was also present in the ceremony. The ceremony was also attended by Ambassador of China, Air Officer Commanding South and other senior officers of armed forces.

Admiral Wu Shengli is presently on a two day official visit to Pakistan on the invitation of Chief of the Naval Staff. Earlier, the Admiral also visited Quaid’s Mausoleum and laid wreath. During the day besides visiting PN units, the dignitary also met Naval Field Commands at Karachi.

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