Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, Deputy Premier and Minister of Interior patronized in Jeddah on Thursday, exercise Deluge 6 and the graduation ceremony of a number of border guards, at Mohammed bin Naif Maritime Academy, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Upon arrival, the Crown Prince was received by the Director General of the Border Guard Adm. Awad bin Eid Al-Balawi, a number of senior, civil and military, officials. After taking his place at the podium, the exercise began, where a naval intercept was conducted, with the participation of aviation security and other units.
Following the end of the exercise, the Crown Prince inaugurated the first phase of the project of Mohammed bin Naif Academy of Marine Science and Security Studies.
The Crown Prince, and the audience, attended a visual presentation entitled “Towards Integration of Smart Technology”. He was then briefed on the model of the academy and an explanation of related projects that will be implemented at the academy.
For his part, Al-Balawi addressed the audience, recalling the security that the Kingdom is witnessing, since the time of the founder King Abdulaziz up to the current reign of King Salman bin Abdulaziz.
Al-Balawi also reviewed the regional threats that the nation faces and how the Border Guard is thwarting them, due to the back up and directives of the Crown Prince Mohamed bin Naif bin Abdulaziz, who concluded the ceremony by gracing the graduates, received a memorial present from the Director General and toured an exhibition on armament capabilities, where he was briefed on displayed items, by the curators.