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Indian Navy to take part in international Malabar maneuvers

28.09.2022 ТАСС 54 просмотров

During the exercises, the combat coherence of the Navy ships will be practiced when performing joint navigation, anti-submarine operations and artillery firing.


Ships of the Indian Navy will take part in the international multilateral Malabar maneuvers, which will be held in the Pacific Ocean off the Japanese coast from November 8 to 18. This was reported on Tuesday by the Hindustan Times newspaper.

The Indian Navy will participate in the Malabar maneuvers together with the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Forces, the Royal Australian Navy and the US Navy. India will use a Shivalik-class frigate, a Kamorta-type corvette and a Boeing P8I anti-submarine aircraft, the newspaper writes.

It notes that during the exercises, the combat coherence of the Navy ships will be practiced when performing joint navigation, anti-submarine operations and artillery firing.

Malabar maneuvers have been conducted since 1992 with the participation of India and the United States. In 2015, Japan joined them on a permanent basis. In 2007, Australian ships took part in the exercises on a one-time basis, now she has become a permanent participant in them.

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