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Indian Navy chief to elevate maritime ties with Bangladesh

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Indian Navy chief to elevate maritime ties with Bangladesh
Indian Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh. Photo: UNB

Indian Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Karambir Singh arrived Dhaka on Saturday on a four-day visit to enhance the bilateral maritime relations between Bangladesh and India.

During his visit, the Indian CNS will hold bilateral talks with Admiral Aurangzeb Chowdhury, Chief of the Naval Staff, Bangladesh Navy, Service Chiefs, and other senior government officials, according to Press Information Bureau (PIB), India.

He will also visit Khulna Shipyard Limited, BN naval bases in Chattogram and Khulna,a and also address cadets at Bangladesh Naval Academy (BNA).

Besides, the Indian CNS will participate in the first-anniversary celebration of the Bangladesh Institute of Maritime Research and Development (BIMRAD).

The Bangladesh Navy is an active member of Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) and is a member of all three working groups, viz Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR), Maritime Security and ‘Information Sharing and Interoperability’.

The Indian Navy regularly interacts with Bangladesh Navy through the medium of Staff Talks, annual defence dialogue and other operational interactions which includes port visits, passage exercises, training, ship design, and shipbuilding cooperation besides regular participation by Indian Navy serving and retired officers in Victory Day Celebrations held in Bangladesh to commemorate ‘ Liberation War ‘ of 1971, the PIB added.

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