UAE and Malaysia conclude military training

Exercise is in line with common vision for exchanging expertise and bolstering security

Gulf News

Abu Dhabi: The UAE and Malaysia have concluded a joint military exercise named Desert Tiger 2.

The joint exercise, held in the UAE, underscored the interest of both countries’ leaders in expanding avenues of bilateral cooperation, in line with a common vision for exchanging expertise, bolstering security and stability, and backing international efforts for establishing regional and international peace. Brigadier Saleh Mohammad Al Amiri, Commander of the UAE Ground Forces, Lieutenant General Zulkiple Hj. Kassim, Malaysian Army’s Field Commander, and other officials attended the conclusion of the exercise.

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