India and Japan conduct maritime partnership exercise in Andaman Sea

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The two countries have been carrying out regular exercises in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) aimed at reinforcing maritime association.

INS Sukanya, an offshore patrol vessel and JS Samidare, a Murasame class destroyer conducted various exercises. (Photo from @indiannavy on Twitter)

A Maritime Partnership Exercise (MPX) was conducted between Japan Maritime Self Defense Force and Indian Navy on Saturday in the Andaman Sea.

INS Sukanya, an offshore patrol vessel and JS Samidare, a Murasame class destroyer, undertook various exercises including seamanship activities, aircraft operations and tactical manoeuvres as part of the operational interaction.

The two countries have been carrying out regular exercises in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) aimed towards reinforcing maritime association.

The exercises conducted were aimed at enhancing interoperability and streamlining seamanship and communication procedures. This exercise is part of the ongoing efforts between the two navies towards ensuring safe and secure international shipping and trade in the IOR.

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