French Navy displays commitment to balance China in Indian Ocean through port call in Mumbai

The French Navy anti-aircraft destroyer FNS Cassard has docked at the military port of Mumbai in the first implementation of the agreement for the provision of reciprocal logistics support, which was concluded during the State visit of President Emmanuel Macron to India in March 2018 and came in effect a few weeks ago.

It illustrates, in more ways than one, the continuous deepening of France and India’s partnership in the Indian Ocean, guided by the Joint Strategic Vision adopted by  both countries last year, and the excellent cooperation between their navies.

The Cassard-class destroyer last November successfully conducted a rescue mission when a tanker with an Indian crew was shipwrecked.  Read More

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