Bahrain’s Inspector-General, Major General Abdulla Hassan Al-Nuaimi, attended in Manama Wednesday the conclusion of joint mobilization drill, “The Wolf’s Claws 2017”, carried out by the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF), represented by the Royal Special Force, and the Presidential Guard of the UAE Armed Forces, Bahrain News Agency (BNA) reported.
The drill aims to strengthen military cooperation between the BDF and the UAE Armed Forces, enhance the efficiency of the Special Forces in the two countries and exchange military expertise between the two countries.
After some Holy Quran verses, a briefing on the joint exercise’s phases and participants was given.
The final phase featured live ammunition and a number of military exercises.
The participants showcased distinguished skills and ability in carrying out all the tasks assigned to them.
Meanwhile, the Commander-in-Chief of the Bahrain Defence Force (BDF), Field Marshal Sheikh Khalifa bin Ahmed Al Khalifa, received at the BDF’s General Command, the newly appointed South Korean Ambassador to Bahrain, Koo Hyun-Mo.
The Commander-in-Chief wished the new envoy every success in assuming the duties assigned to him in order to bolster the friendly relations between the two countries.
He also lauded the depth of the steadily-growing Bahraini-South Korean relations.
Director of the BDF's General Command, Major General Hassan Mohammed Saad, and Inspector General, Major-General Abdulla Hassan Al-Nuaimi, were also present.