India undertakes Maritime Partnership Exercise with Japan
On January 13, Indian Naval Ships Shivalik and Kadmatt participated in a Maritime Partnership Exercise in the Bay of Bengal alongside Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force Ships Uraga and Hirado.
A wide range of flying missions, replenishment approaches, and tactical manoeuvres were part of the exercise.
The Indian Navy published information about the Maritime Partnership Exercise on Twitter.
The precision, coordination, and high level of interoperability demonstrated not only the two navies' high levels of professionalism and preparedness to tackle threats at sea, but also their high level of trust and understanding over time.
The complicated maritime exercises will allow the two navies to expand their existing extensive strategic collaboration and, where necessary, jointly secure their maritime interests while ensuring regional peace, security, and stability.
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