Air military maneuvers were launched in eastern Saudi Arabia, with the participation of 10 countries, including the United States.
And the Saudi Press Agency reported that the third edition of the "Rammah Al-Nasr 2023" maneuvers was launched yesterday, Sunday, at the Air Warfare Center in the eastern sector.
Qatar, Jordan, Bahrain, Pakistan, Greece, the United Kingdom and the United States of America are participating in the maneuvers, while the UAE, Kuwait and the Sultanate of Oman are participating as observer countries.
The maneuvers aim, according to the same source, to "raise the level of performance and combat readiness of the participating units, by implementing joint operations that simulate the reality of existing and potential threats in a multidimensional operational environment."
The commander of the Air Warfare Center, Major General Khaled Al-Harbi, said that "various scenarios are being implemented for all air operations," according to a televised statement transmitted by the Saudi Ministry of Defense, through its Twitter account.
The two sources did not specify the date for the end of the maneuver or the number of forces participating in it.
In another context, the Saudi Ministry of Defense reported, in a series of tweets on Sunday evening, that Air Force Commander Lieutenant General Turki bin Bandar bin Abdulaziz met his counterpart in the US Central Command, Lieutenant General Alex Greenkoch, and they discussed the course of the "Spears of Victory" exercise.