Saudi-Iraqi joint maneuvers ‘Arab Brothers’ kick off in Northern Region

June 15, 2022

RIYADH — The Saudi-Iraqi joint maneuvers "Arab Brothers" kicked off Tuesday between the Saudi and Iraqi land troops, at the Prince Khalid Bin Sultan Center for exercises of command centers in the Northern Region.

The drill was inaugurated in the presence of Commander of the Northern Region Maj. Gen. Saleh Al-Zahrani and several officers of the Saudi and Iraqi sides.

The nine-day exercise is part of the exercises of the command centers that enable participants to deal with the system of the command and control systems with various kinds and training on applying the procedures of swift intervention to deal with events that the command of the drill planned.

Maj. Gen. Al-Zahrani stressed that the exercise aims at enhancing cooperation and exchanging military expertise and experiments between the two brotherly countries.

This is part of the scheduled training plan that the Saudi Armed Forces implement with the forces of brotherly and friendly countries with the aim of increasing the level of mortal preparedness and exchanging successful military expertise and experiments. — SPA

June 15, 2022
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