Egyptian, Sudanese armies launch first-of-their-kind joint exercises

 

October 20, 2021

 

  • The exercises will be held until Oct. 29 at Mohamed Naguib Military Base in Egypt
  • The training is part of plans by the Egyptian Armed Forces to exchange military experience with friendly countries


The Egyptian Armed Forces announced the launch of “Guardian of the South,” the first joint exercises with Sudan’s military to involve both countries’ border guards. (@EgyArmySpox)

 

By Arab News

 

CAIRO – The Egyptian Armed Forces announced the launch of “Guardian of the South,” the first joint exercises with Sudan’s military to involve both countries’ border guards.

The exercises will be held until Oct. 29 at Mohamed Naguib Military Base in Egypt. The first phase includes lectures, practical exercises, and an exhibition of military equipment used recently to combat smuggling and infiltration operations at the border.

The training is part of plans by the Egyptian Armed Forces to exchange military experience with friendly countries.

In parallel with this, Egyptian naval forces carried out separate exercises with their Greek, US and Spanish counterparts.

 

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