Brahmand NewsPrevious Article
Brahmand NewsNext Article
Aero India 2023

Indian warships in Jakarta to boost defence ties

INS Ranvir of Indian Navy.

NEW DELHI (PTI): Two Indian warships on Sunday reached Jakarta in Indonesia aiming to boost bilateral defence ties and foster interoperability between the two naval forces.

The Indian Navy has deployed its eastern fleet to South East Asia and Southern Indian Ocean in pursuit of India's 'Look East' and 'Act East' policy.

The ships will the stationed there for four days after which they will participate in an exercise with Indonesian Navy for improving interoperability in maritime operations and search and rescue, a Navy statement said.

These ships -- INS Ranvir (a guided missile destroyer) and INS Shakti (a sophisticated fleet tanker and support ship) -- along with INS Satpura (an indigenously built guided missile stealth frigate) and INS Kamorta (an indigenously built anti-submarine corvette), are on a two-month long deployment to South East Asia and Southern Indian Ocean.

During this deployment, the ships have visited Singapore and would also visit Freemantle (Australia), Kuantan (Malaysia), Sattahip (Thailand) and Sihanoukville (Cambodia).


Other Related News

Indian Army marks 4 decades of presence in Siachen glacier

The induction of heavy-lift helicopters and logistic drones, deployment of all-terrain vehicles and laying of an extensive network of tracks are among a host of measures that have enhanced India's combat prowess in Siachen, the world's highest battlefield.

BRAHMOS Missile Systems


Brahmand World Defence Update 2023

Brahmand World Defence Update

Image Gallery