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Egypt, Kuwait conclude military drills "Sabah-1/Yarmouk-4"

Ahram Online , MENA , Sunday 10 Feb 2019
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Military drills between Egyptian-Kuwaiti forces (Photo: Courtesy of Egypt's Military Spokesperson Tamer El-Refai)
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The Egyptian-Kuwaiti military drills "Sabah-1/Yarmouk-4" concluded on Sunday after several days of exercises in Kuwait.

Kuwaiti Armed Forces Chief of Staff Lieutenant General Mohammed Khaled Al Khadher attended the final exercises.

Units of Egyptian navy forces, Egyptian air forces and Egyptian special forces participated in the drills.

"Sabah-1" naval drill included theoretical and practical lectures on coordinating operations while "Yarmouk-4" included a number of exercises in defense and attack.

"Sabah-1" is considered the first naval exercise between Egypt and Kuwait. The "Yamouk-4" drills are the fourth time the two countries have exchanged expertise on military challenges in the Middle East region. 

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