Pakistan Navy’s Newly Commissioned Survey Ship ‘Behr Masah’ To Search Natural Reserves
Pakistan Navy’s newly commissioned survey ship ‘Behr Masah‘ has the ability to search natural reserves in Pakistan’s seawater. According to details, Pakistan Navy inducted survey ship ‘Behr Masah’ in its naval fleet in a ceremony held on Monday with Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi being the guest of honour.
Commissioning Ceremony of Survey Vessel BEHR MASAH built for #PakNavy at China, held at PN Dockyard, Khi. On the occasion CNS Adm Zafar Mahmood Abbasi said that BEHR MASAH is a leap fwd in the field of modern hydrography which will support national maritime development. pic.twitter.com/GdSoQUmuK5
— Rear Admiral M Arshid Javed DGPR Navy (@dgprPaknavy) November 4, 2019
Behr Masah was developed by China’s Dajin Shipyard. The newly inducted survey ship is equipped with modern technological tools having the ability to search natural reserves in Pakistan’s seawater. Moreover, Behr Masah will further be helpful in carrying out operations and also maritime sector’s development will get a boost.
Talking at the ceremony Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi congratulated everyone involved in getting the Behr Masah prepared in record time. He further added that Behr Masah is another example of the decades long strong relationship that exists between Pakistan and China.
“Pakistan Navy Survey Vessel BEHR MASAH is a 3000 Ton Survey Ship which is over 80 meters in length and is equipped with state of the art equipment and is fully capable to undertake hydrographic, oceanographic and geographical surveys as well as seafloor mapping from shallow to ocean depths. With the induction of BEHR MASAH, the hydrographic survey capabilities of Pakistan Navy would come at par with those of the developed maritime nations of the world,” according to a press release by Pakistan Navy.
Moreover, Admiral Abbasi also added that the country is now capable of providing assistance in the field of hydrography to it’s allies. He also condemned the atrocities of Indian forces in Kashmir.