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India, Uzbekistan armed forces members perform yoga as part of Dustlik Dustlik
Photo Courtesy: Indian Army X page

India, Uzbekistan armed forces members perform yoga as part of Dustlik

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 21 Apr 2024, 05:47 pm

Indian and Uzbekistan armed forces members recently performed yoga on Saturday as a part of the joint military exercise ‘DUSTLIK’ in  Termez District, media reports said.

"The #IndianArmy and #Uzbekistan Armed Forces contingents came together & participated in #Yoga for fitness & health as they strengthen bonds of camaraderie & bonhomie, during the ongoing Exercise #Dustlik," the Indian Army said in a statement.

India and Uzbekistan are currently participating in Joint Military Exercise Dustlik.

The ongoing exercise is 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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