The Pakistani Navy has left the US-led joint task force to prevent attacks of pirates in the West Indian Ocean

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The Pakistani Navy has left the US-led joint task force to prevent attacks of pirates in the West Indian Ocean. Islamabad has already confirmed the release of the task force.
This led to more deterioration of the Pakistan-US relationship.
According to the previous agreement, the US-led group gave money to Islamabad for fueling warships for surveillance in the West Indian Ocean. But recently they stopped financial assistance. That Pakistan’s two army officers, who are reluctant to disclose the names, have withdrawn themselves from the Joint Task Force because of the reasons.
Pakistan has been in leadership role in the Task Force formed to prevent pirates in the West Indian Ocean region since 2013. Two Pak warships continue to patrol in this region.

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