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Egyptian-Kuwaiti joint military drills kick off in Kuwait

The drills will be held over several days, addressing military challenges in the Middle East region

Ahmed Eleiba , Thursday 31 Jan 2019
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Egyptian-Kuwaiti joint military drills kick off in Kuwait
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Units of Egyptian navy forces, Egyptian air forces and Egyptian special forces arrived in Kuwait to participate in the "Sabah-1/Yarmouk-4" joint military drills between Egypt and Kuwait that kicked off Thursday, the Egyptian armed forces announced.

According to the statement issued by the Egyptian army, "Sabah-1" naval drill includes theoretical and practical lectures on coordinating operations while "Yarmouk-4" includes a number of exercises in defence 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.

The two drills will be held for several days.

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