Indian Naval Ship & Aircraft Reach Belawan Indonesia For 32nd India – Indonesia Coordinated Patrol


Indian Naval Ship Kulish, a Kora class missile corvette, commanded by Commander Deepak Bali and an Indian Dornier (naval maritime time patrol aircraft) from Andaman and Nicobar command entered Belawan harbour, Indonesia for the opening ceremony of the 32nd edition of India – Indonesia coordinated patrol     (IND-INDO CORPAT), to be held from October 11 to 27.

The delegation is led by Commodore Ashutosh Ridhorkar, Naval Component Commander, Andaman and Nicobar Command. The ships and aircraft from both the countries would undertake patrolling on the respective sides of 236 nautical miles long International Maritime Boundary Line. The patrolling would be conducted in three phases from 14 – 24 Oct 2018 followed by a closing ceremony at Port Blair, Andaman and Nicobar Island, scheduled from October 25 to 26. .

The visit seeks to emphasize India’s peaceful presence and solidarity with friendly countries towards ensuring good order in the maritime domain, consolidate interoperability and strengthen existing bonds of friendship between the two countries. Read More

You may also read!

Pulwama attack: Petrified Pakistan Army Chief Bajwa visits LoC; issues ‘hollow threats’ to India

General Qamar Bajwa also issued hollow threats to India, while he lauded the high moral of the Pakistani troops. The

Read More...

The Real Problem Lies in India’s Defensive Dealing with Pakistani Terror

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan went on national television to deliver a stern warning to India five days after

Read More...

Tololing win turning point in Kargil war: Ex-Army Chief

“The battle of Tololing was a major turning point during the Kargil war,” said former Army chief General Ved

Read More...

Leave a reply:

Your email address will not be published.

Mobile Sliding Menu