India, Vietnam navies conclude Passex exercise in South China Sea
New Delhi/UNI: Aiming to further deepen the maritime ties between two countries, navies of India and Vietnam on Sunday concluded their two-day Passex exercise in the South China Sea.
"Passage Exercise #PASSEX between #Indiannavy and #Vietnam People's Navy on 26 Dec 20. Reinforcing #Maritime #Interoperability and jointness," the Indian Navy said in a tweet on Sunday.
Passage Exercise #PASSEX between #IndianNavy and #Vietnam People's Navy on 26 Dec 20. Reinforcing #Maritime #Interoperability and jointness.#BridgesofFriendship#NavalCooperation@SpokespersonMoD@DefenceMinIndia@MEAIndia @AmbHanoi @MOFAVietNam https://t.co/gc1rnbwMug pic.twitter.com/55Z9xFVQdV— SpokespersonNavy (@indiannavy) December 27, 2020
On December 25, Ship INS Kiltan reached NhaRong Port, Ho Chi Minh City under Mission Sagar-III with 15 tonnes of Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) stores for flood-affected people of Central Vietnam.