UAE security forces arrive in Saudi Arabia for joint military drill

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Members of the UAE security forces have arrived in Saudi Arabia to participate in a joint military drill with other members of the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) states.

The drill - titled "Arab Gulf Security Exercise 3" - is being hosted in the Kingdom’s Eastern Province.

It aims to enhance coordination and field cooperation, and develop capabilities for dealing with crises and emergencies.

Brig. Gen. Salem Abdullah Al-Habsi, a member of the Command and Control Committee, said the participants are fully geared for the exercise.

 

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