Indian Navy conducts passing exercise with the Vietnamese Navy


Last Updated on 12/28/2020 by OTC

The Indian warship INS Kiltan conducted a passage exercise (PASSEX) with Vietnamese naval assetsin the South China Sea.
The PASSEX was conducted after delivering relief material for flood-affected people in central Vietnam.

This comes at a time when China is increasing its influence in the South China Sea. Separately, China is also embroiled in a military face-off with India in the region of Ladakh since May this year.

In a Twitter post, Indian Navy spokesperson said that the exercise will help in reinforcing maritime interoperability and jointness.

Recently, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc agreed to boost overall defence and security cooperation between the two countries during a virtual summit.

According to an India Today report, the Indian Navy had also conducted two-day PASSEX with the Russian Navy in the Eastern Indian Ocean Region (IOR) earlier this month.

Overall, the Indian Navy participated in 13 bilateral and multilateral exercises this year.

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