Indian naval ships pay friendly visit to Ho Chi Minh City

Friday, 02/12/2022 15:16
Two ships of the Indian Navy, the multi-role stealth frigate INS Shivalik and the INS Kamorta corvette, on November 30 docked at Nha Rong Port for a three-day friendly visit to Ho Chi Minh City.
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Ship INS Shivalik number F47 
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Ship INS Kamorta number P28 

The visit aims to strengthen cultural exchange and tighten bilateral friendship and cooperation between the two armies and navies on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-India diplomatic ties.

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Officers and crew of two Indian Navy ships disembarked to the sound of military music. 

The delegation with 670 officers and sailors, led by Col. Sauabh Thakur and Lieut. Col Modit Soni, will pay courtesy calls to leaders of the city, Military Region 7 High Command, Naval Region 2 High Command; and lay a wreath at the President Ho Chi Minh Monument.

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Col. Sauabh Thakur greets Vietnamese military officers. 
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 Navy officers of the two countries Vietnam - India greet each other.
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Lieut. Col Modit Soni receives flowers from the Vietnamese side. 
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The fresh flowers show that the friendship between the two countries Vietnam - India is increasingly tightened. 
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 Captains of 2 Indian Navy ships took souvenir photos with Vietnamese Navy officers on board INS Shivalik F47.
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Ship INS Shivalik F47 viewed from below 
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 Indian officers and sailors are also due to join friendship activities such as friendly sport matches with officers and soldiers of the Naval Region 2 High Command, an exchange of maritime expertise and passing exercise at sea, (PASSEX) and visits to local relic sites.

BTA (Photos: CPV, kinhtedothi.vn)

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