Egypt and France hold joint maritime military training to achieve naval ship combat compatibility
The Egyptian “Seven Daily” website reported on the 17th that within the framework of a plan to exchange experience with the navies of friendly and fraternal countries, the Egyptian and French navies conducted a brief maritime joint military training in the northern Mediterranean fleet. The Egyptian Perry-class frigate Taba The number and French “FREME” frigate (languedoc) participated in the joint training.
The two navies have carried out a variety of training activities of different professional nature, including sea formation training, which aims to integrate the speed and skills of the two armies’ commanders to test the combat capabilities of various naval units to perform various combat tasks, so as to achieve Egypt and France Combat compatibility between naval vessels.
According to reports, this training is the second similar joint training conducted by the Egyptian navy and the French navy in the near future. It is conducive to enhancing the prospects of military cooperation between the two countries and is aimed at maintaining the security and stability of the region.