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India Uzbekistan's Joint Military Exercise Dustlik to begin on April 15
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India Uzbekistan's Joint Military Exercise Dustlik to begin on April 15

| @indiablooms | 13 Apr 2024, 05:52 pm

India and Uzbekistan's Joint Military Exercise Dustlik will begin in Termez District on Apil 15.

In a statement posted on X, the Indian Army said: "5th Edition of Joint Military Exercise ‘DUSTLIK’ between India and Uzbekistan will be conducted at Termez District, #Uzbekistan from 15 to 28 April 2024."

The exercise is going to be the fifth edition of Dustlik.

"The participating contingents from the #IndianArmedForces and Armed Forces of the Republic of #Uzbekistan will train together to cement the foundation for collaborations & future military interactions," the X post said.

The fourth edition of the joint military exercise between the Indian Army and Uzbekistan Army was held on February 20 last year at the Foreign Training Node, Pithoragarh in Uttarakhand, ANI reported.

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