The just-concluded joint military exercise between Pakistan and Russian armies has reinforced the existing relationship between the two militaries, according to Pakistan Army chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa.
The Pakistan and Russian armies concluded the third joint military drill on Sunday during which troops from both the countries took part in various exercises and also exchanged mutual counter-terrorism experiences.
A Russian Army contingent arrived here on October 22 to take part in the third edition of a joint bilateral military training exercise, Druzhba-III.
The two armies conducted various drills in the mountains in Nowshehra district of northwestern Pakistan till November 4, which was also witnessed by Gen Bajwa.
"This exercise is great forum to reinforce existing relationship between the two militaries," the Pakistan Army Chief said.