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Egyptian Armed Forces units arrive in Jordan for Aqaba-4 joint military exercise

Ahmed Eleiba , Tuesday 11 Dec 2018
Egyptian and Jordanian officers exchange salutes ahead of the start of Aqaba 4 training (photo: Egyptian Military Spokesperson Facebook)
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Egyptian Armed Forces units arrived on Tuesday in Jordan to participate in the Egyptian-Jordanian joint military exercise Aqaba-4, which will continue until 21 December with the participation of land, naval, air defence and special forces from both countries.

The training includes the implementation of many activities involving land and sea, which will contribute to the exchange of expertise between the two armies and boost their abilities to coordinate in the face any challenges that target the security and stability of the region.

The general command of the Egyptian Armed Forces has said that it has taken all measures to deploy and transport units from their concentration areas to the ports of arrival ahead of starting of training activities.

The Aqaba-4 exercise comes as part of continued security and military cooperation between Egypt and brotherly countries.

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