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Indian Naval ships INS Sahyadri, Kadmatt visit Singapore as part of South East Asia deployment Indian Navy
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Indian Naval ships INS Sahyadri, Kadmatt visit Singapore as part of South East Asia deployment

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 04 Jul 2022, 12:21 am

As part of their deployment to South East Asia, Indian Naval ships, Sahyadri and Kadmatt, under the command of Rear Admiral Sanjay Bhalla, Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet, visited Singapore for three days.

The ships were anchored in Singapore from July 1 to July 3.

INS Sahyadri is an indigenously built multi-role stealth Frigate and INS Kadmatt is an indigenously built ASW Corvette.

During the visit, the Indian Navy crew participated in professional interactions with the Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) towards enhancing mutual cooperation and interoperability.

Social and informal exchanges, aimed at consolidation of ties and mutual understanding between the Navies were also undertaken.

The visit of Indian Navy ships helped enhance maritime co-operation and bolster India’s strong bonds of friendship with Singapore that would further contribute towards security and stability in the region.

The ships’ visit also coincided with Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Day.

Rear Adm Sanjay Bhalla FOCEF visited the Kranji War Memorial in Singapore and paid tribute to men and women who laid down their lives in the line of duty during the Second World War.