Indo-Russia joint military exercise concludes

The 10th edition of joint exercise ‘Indra 18’ between the Indian Army and Russian Army concluded recently at Babina military station in Uttar Pradesh.

Troops from the Southern Command of the Indian Army participated in the 11-day long exercise, which commenced on November 18 at the station.

The aim of the exercise was to develop interoperability between two armies to understand transnational terrorism and conduct a joint operation under the United Nations (UN) charter for peace enforcement in the future, the Army sources said.

“Senior military officials of both the countries witnessed a joint tactical exercise conducted at Babina field firing ranges.  Read More

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