India’s multilateral naval exercises proves its commitment for Act East policy; says Indian envoy

India’s profound role in conducting wide-ranging multi-lateral and bilateral naval exercises proves its commitment towards the Act East Policy and an inclusive, open and balanced Indo-Pacific region, India’s High Commissioner to Singapore Jawed Ashraf has said.

Speaking at a reception on board INS Kolkata on Wednesday, Ashraf said that the multi-lateral and bilateral naval exercises are part of India’s growing strategic engagement and defence diplomacy in the South East Asian region.

INS Kolkata and INS Shakti are participating in a three-day International Maritime Defence Exhibition Asia (IMDEX) that commenced here on May 14. Read More

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