Sunday, May 9, 2021

Middle East & Africa

CENTCOM : Iran possesses one of most capable militaries in the Middle East

The top General said Iran's ballistic missile force is the most formidable in the region.

Egypt and Pakistan discuss strengthening cooperation in military industries

The Minister of Military Production in Egypt, Muhammad Al-Morsi, discussed with the President of the Pakistan Military Industries Authority (POF), Lieutenant General Ali Amir Awan, on Tuesday, ways to enhance joint cooperation between the two parties.

Saudi Arabia: Military Superpower or Paper Tiger

Saudi Arabia’s $61.4 billion outlay, for a nation of 31.5 million residents, puts it on a par per capita with the US, which spent ten times as much but also has ten times the population.

Netanyahu says avoided first official trip to UAE over fears of Yemeni missiles

Last week, neighboring Jordan temporarily closed its airspace to Netanyahu’s flight over a spat between Tel Aviv and Amman. Thus, the Israeli premier had no choice but to take a more southerly route across Saudi skies after bypassing Jordanian airspace, meaning that his plane could fall within the reach of the Yemeni missiles.

Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi visits Qatar on Official Visit

CNS Admiral Muhammad Amjad Khan Niazi is on official visit to Qatar. During the visit, the Naval Chief called on Chief of Staff Qatar Armed Forces (QAF) Lt General (Pilot) Ghanem bin Shaheen Al-Ghanem, Commander Qatar Emiri Naval Forces (QENF) Major General Abdullah Hassan Al-Sulaiti and Commander Qatar Emiri Air Force (QEAF) Major General (Pilot) Salem Hamad Eqail Al-Nabet separately.

Turkey Widens War Tech Hunt by Tapping Pakistan’s China Ties

Turkey is pushing to co-manufacture warplanes and missiles with Pakistan.

Qatar Diplomat: Both Countries working on JVs defence production, JF-17 aircraft project, defence training!

Pakistan & Qatar are already working on many joint ventures in defence production, JF-17 aircraft project, defence training, food, agriculture and other industries.

Prince Turki al-Faisal, the former head of Saudi intelligence and former ambassador to Washington...

On news of the alleged meeting between Prince Muhammad bin Salman, Crown Prince of the Kingdom, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the Saudi city of Neom, Turki al-Faisal said that “Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan denied this completely, and unfortunately the media follow what is issued from Israel and do not follow what is issued From the kingdom. He added: "The Kingdom denied this and I believe that the credibility of the Kingdom should be much higher than the credibility of a person like Netanyahu, a person accused in his country of having lied to the Israeli people in several matters, so how can they believe a liar and not believe one honest in all his previous publications.