The Tabuk 4 military drills between Saudi Arabia and Egypt kicked off on Monday in Egypt, reported the Saudi Press Agency.
The Saudi forces were received by Saudi military attache in Egypt Abdullah bin Youssef al-Jasser, aide to Egypt’s southern chief of staff Moheb Habshi Khalil and a number of officers.
The drills aim to bolster cooperation and ties between Saudi Arabia and Egypt to ensure that a high level of military coordination is reached between them in order to confront current challenges, said Jasser.
“Our armed forces enjoy the complete support of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman,” he stressed.
“They are keen on providing the best capabilities to our armed forces to raise their competency and achieve the goals of our wise leadership,” he continued.