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AIME-2023: Indian Naval Ships Satpura, Delhi arrive in Singapore
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AIME-2023: Indian Naval Ships Satpura, Delhi arrive in Singapore

| @indiablooms | 02 May 2023, 09:31 am

New Delhi: Indian Naval Ships Satpura and Delhi with RAdm Gurcharan Singh, the Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet embarked onboard arrived at Singapore on 1 May 2023 to participate in the Inaugural ASEAN India Maritime Exercise (AIME-2023) scheduled from May 2 to 8 May.

"The Harbour Phase of the exercise is scheduled to be held at Changi Naval Base from 02 to 04 May 2023 and the Sea Phase will be conducted from 07 to 08 May 2023 in the South China Sea. AIME 2023 will provide an opportunity for Indian Navy and ASEAN navies to work together closely and conduct seamless operations in the maritime domain," read a government statement.

INS Delhi, India's first indigenously-built guided missile destroyer and INS Satpura, an indigenously-built guided missile stealth frigate are a part of Indian Navy's Eastern Fleet based at Visakhapatnam and function under the operational command of the Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command.

These ships are fitted with state-of-the art weapons and sensors.

The ships, during their port call at Singapore, will also participate in International Maritime Defence Exhibition (IMDEX-23) and International Maritime Security Conference (IMSC) being hosted by Singapore.

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