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Pak Navy chief calls on top Sri Lankan leadership

Press Trust of India  |  Colombo 

today acknowledged Pakistan's "decisive role" in consolidating the country's integrity during the civil war with the LTTE as Pakistan's Navy chief Admiral Muhammad Zakaullah called on its top leadership.

Admiral Zakaullah, who is on a five-day visit to Sri Lanka, today called on President Maithripala Sirisena at the President's official residence and Prime Minister Ranil Wickramasinghe.


President Sirisena and Prime Minister Wickramasinghe thanked the for its "unwavering" support in the fight against and both the leaders were of the view that had played a "decisive role" in helping to consolidate the integrity of Sri Lanka, the High Commission said in a statement.

The president and the prime minister said is "grateful" to the people and the of for providing flood relief material and medical aid to the flood vistims earlier this month, it said.

They also referred to the close longstanding political and cultural relations between and Sri Lanka, the statement said.

Admiral Zakarullah said that attaches great importance to its relations with in both bilateral and regional context.

He pledged the fullest cooperation and support of the Navy to the Sri Lankan and Navy.

Earlier, Zakaullah, 59, called on top military officials in and exchanged views on matters of mutual interest and bilateral naval collaboration.

Admiral Zakaullah said that the Navy would go a long way in further cementing the bonds of friendship between the two nations.

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