Kazakhstan navy willing to send personnel to Iran for further training

TEHRAN (FNA)- Kazakh Navy Commander Rear Admiral Zhandarbek Zhanzakov hailed Iran’s military and defense programs, and announced that his country is planning to send navy personnel and experts to Iran for further training.

“We hope that Kazakhstan’s experts come to Iran to undergo training and this is feasible,” Admiral Zhanzakov said, addressing Iranian commanders of naval expertise in the Northern Iranian city of Rasht.

Admiral Zhanzakov pointed to his visits to the military training centers of many countries, and said, “Iran has the best military training centers among the world states.”

The Kazakh navy commander reiterated that Iran’s military training centers are more capable than other countries.

On Tuesday, Admiral Zhanzakov asked Tehran to provide his country with its experiences in building warships.

Speaking to reporters after meeting his Iranian counterpart Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari, Admiral Zhanzakov said Kazakhstan’s Navy is a rather new force, “and Iran’s experiences in the field of military industries and building warships are very important to us”.

The Kazakh navy commander underlined that his country is looking for cooperation with Iran and his visit to Tehran is the first step in this regard.

He pointed to his meeting with Admiral Sayyari, and said, “In this meeting we discussed military industries and building warships.”

“Kazakhstan has good relations with Iran and we are after the expansion of these ties,” Admiral Zhanzakov said.

Admiral Zhanzakov, heading a high-ranking delegation, arrived in the Iranian capital on Tuesday morning at the invitation of his Iranian counterpart.

During his stay in Iran, the Kazakh commander visited Iran’s Naval facilities and achievements as well.

Admiral Zhanzakov visited Imam Khomeini University of the Iranian Navy on Wednesday morning.

By Fars News Agency

 

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