Islamabad: The Command and Staff Conference of Pakistan Navy was held at Naval Headquarters Islamabad on 26 & 27 May 14.
The Conference chaired by Chief of the Naval Staff, Admiral Mohammad Asif Sandila was aimed to review operational readiness, infrastructure upgradation and Pakistan Navy’s developmental plans and priorities set for year 2014.
Chief of the Naval Staff was given detailed briefings on various developmental projects of Pakistan Navy, especially the indigenous construction of Fleet Tanker and forthcoming induction of Fast Attack Missile Craft in Pakistan Navy Fleet.
While taking stock of priorities and projects, Chief of the Naval Staff expressed satisfaction over operational readiness of Pakistan Navy in the face of prevalent Maritime challenges and exhorted upon all to pursue the same with no let-up and achieve the professional pursuits with sheer professionalism and diligence.
He also praised the endeavours made by all concerned in timely completion of indigenously constructed Fast Attack Missile Craft, which will greatly augment Pakistan Navy Fleet in coming days. He urged upon all to utilize the available resources and assets provided for maritime defence with meticulous planning, greater responsibility and flawless execution.
Command and Staff Conference is held every quarter and is the apex decision-making body of PN in which all Principal Staff Officers and Field Commanders participate to undertake strategic review of PN policies and plans, says a release of Director General Public Relations (Navy).