New Delhi [India], June 14 (ANI): Ships of the Indian Navy and Japanese Maritime Self-Protection Power (JMSDF) on Sunday participated in a joint naval train on the Indian Ocean to understand “Free and Open Indo-Pacific.
“JS KASHIMA (TV3508) and JS SETOYUKI (TV3518) carried out a bilateral train with INS KULISH (P63) on the Indian Ocean to understand “Free and Open Indo-Pacific”,” JMSDF tweeted.
Naval cooperation between India and Japan has elevated in scope and complexity over time.
Final 12 months, within the month of September, Indian Navy and JMSDF carried out a 3 day naval train JIMEX-2020.
It was the 4th version of India-Japan maritime bilateral train JIMEX. It was held within the North Arabian Sea from September 26 to September 28. (ANI)