On Wednesday Saudi Arabia concluded separate joint military exercises with both the U.S. and Sudanese armed forces. The joint Saudi-U.S. drills dubbed “Shield of Prevention 2″ wrapped up Wednesday at the Prince Sultan Airbase in the Saudi city of Al-Kharj, according to the Saudi Press Agency ‘SPA’.
Major-General Mohamed bin Abdulkhaliq al-Ghamdi, Saudi chief of military operations, said the drills were for “enhancing cooperation with friendly forces”.
The Saudi Royal Land Forces also concluded joint drills with their Sudanese counterparts at the Prince Khaled bin Sultan Center for Tactical Training in northern Saudi Arabia.
Dubbed the “Al-Hazem 1” wargames, the drills were for exchanging military experience and expert between the two participant states.