JEDDAH: The first joint exercises between Saudi-Tunisian air forces concluded on Wednesday.
The Commander of the Saudi Royal Air Force, Lt Gen. Prince Turki bin Bandar, has patronized the conclusion of the joint exercises at Sidi Ahmed Air Base in Bizerte.
The closing ceremony included joint air-to-air combat aircraft from both sides, which carried out a number of air-military formations.
The Saudi commander delivered a speech during which he conveyed greetings extended from Saudi King Salman, Commander-in-Chief of all military forces and His Royal Highness the Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.
Earlier, the Tunisian government announced that its air forces have held the training "to increase the combat readiness of pilots and exchange experiences in the fields of logistics and technical support."
The exercises, which began on Monday, are part of the annual Ministry of Defense training plans for the Saudi armed forces.