Two Indian naval ships to make port call in Vietnam

Two Indian naval ships will be making a port call at Vietnam from April 13 to 16 as part of an ongoing operational deployment in the Southeast Asian region. INS Kolkata and INS Shakti, under the command of Captain Aditya Hara, will arrive in Cam Ranh International port on Saturday, the Indian Embassy in Hanoi said in a statement on Friday.

During the visit, there will be professional interaction between personnel of the Indian Navy and Vietnam People’s Navy. Official calls and interaction with dignitaries of the Vietnamese government as well as guided tours and sports events for the visiting Indian Navy personnel have also been planned, the statement said.

A visit to the Indian Ships will also be organised for friends of India in Khanh Hoa province. Following the completion of harbour phase of activities, both the navies would conduct joint exercises. Read More

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