GCC Security 3: Saudi hosts exercise

GCC Security 3: Saudi hosts exercise

The Joint Task Force for Security Forces in the Gulf Cooperation Council GCC for Arab States will be hosted by Saudi Arabia in the Eastern Region, with the participation of security forces from all member states, according to the Assistant Minister of Interior for Operations Affairs General Saeed Bin Abdullah Al-Qahtani.

The launch ceremony began with a review of the participating security forces, followed by a speech by the commander of the exercise, Major General Shaye bin Salem Al-Wadani, who confirmed the completion of preparations to launch joint exercises and activities that will strengthen the bonds of cooperation between the GCC countries in the security field and boost the level of coordination and readiness of the security forces to address all the threats and dangers facing the Arab Gulf region.

Major General Al-Wadani said that the joint tactical exercise, Arab Gulf Security 3 was planned since the approval of the GCC interior ministers to launch the third edition of the exercise in Saudi Arabia.

General Al-Qahtani extended the appreciation and welcome of Prince Abdulaziz bin Saud bin Abdulaziz Minister of Interior to the participants in the exercise and the GCC interior ministers for their cooperation.

He inspected the medical units participating in the exercise to ensure that all precautionary measures are taken to maintain a healthy exercise environment.