Navies Of India, Indonesia Undertake Coordinated Patrol In Indian Ocean
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Navies Of India, Indonesia Undertake Coordinated Patrol In Indian Ocean

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July 31, 2021

An Indian Naval Ship on Friday began a two-day coordinated patrol with an Indonesian Navy vessel in the Indian Ocean region, in an exercise that highlights a high degree of mutual trust, confidence, synergy and cooperation between the two friendly navies.


New Delhi, 31 July 2021

As per news report of NDTV, The 36th edition of India-Indonesia coordinated patrol (CORPAT) between the Indian Navy and the Indonesian Navy began on Friday and will continue till July 31, according to an official statement by the Indian Navy. According to the statement, the Indian Naval Ship (INS) Saryu, an indigenously built Offshore Patrol Vessel is undertaking coordinated patrol (CORPAT) with Indonesian Naval Ship KRI Bung Tomo from July 30 to 31. The CORPAT between India and Indonesia will also witness the participation of Maritime Patrol Aircraft from both nations.

Source -NDTV

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