The Pak-China joint military exercise ‘Warrior -VI’ concluded near Kharian on Saturday, said Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR). The troops of special services groups from Pakistan Army and People Liberation Army China participated in the four-week long military exercise. According to military’s media wing, the both armies learnt from the expertise of each other during the joint military exercise. The war games concluded with an august culmination ceremony in Kharian, where IG Training Lieutenant General Sher Afgun was the chief guest, said the ISPR. Defence Attaché from Embassy of Peoples Republic of China Major General Chen Wenrong represented Chinese forces on the ceremony. Earlier, a two-week long joint International Air Drill of Pakistan and China ‘Shaheen-VII’ concluded at an Operational Air Base of Pakistan Air Force on December 21.Earlier, the Chinese defense ministry’s spokesperson stated while responding to a question during a briefing in Beijing that joint exercises of China and Pakistan armed forces, training and competitions would help improve ability to deal with multiple security threats and jointly maintain regional peace and stability. Published in Daily Times, January 6th 2019.