Saudi Border Guards to take part in ‘Peace Gulf 6’ joint GCC naval exercise

Saudi Border Guards to take part in ‘Peace Gulf 6’ joint GCC naval exercise
Saudi Border Guards’ boat and helicopter on patrol in the Red Sea.
Updated 16 September 2017

Saudi Border Guards to take part in ‘Peace Gulf 6’ joint GCC naval exercise

Saudi Border Guards to take part in ‘Peace Gulf 6’ joint GCC naval exercise

JEDDAH: Saudi Border Guards will participate in the joint Gulf naval exercise “Peace Gulf 6” that will be launched in the Arabian Gulf with the coast guards of Bahrain and Kuwait, and the support of Saudi Security Aviation.
The exercise will begin on Monday and will last three days, according to executive decisions of interior ministers of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) member states.
This comes as part of the annual training for border and coast guards in the GCC states to support and enhance cooperation and relations, prepare and refine naval staff, acquire technical experience, and develop skills in naval security in search and rescue operations by carrying out joint exercises.