New Delhi: The navies of India, Singapore and Thailand have begun their first joint exercise. The importance of this practice has increased greatly in view of the increasing challenges at sea. This first joint trilateral exercise is taking place in Port Blair. According to the naval statement, the maneuvers included Singapore's guided-missile ship RSN Tenasius and Thailand's guided-missile ship His Majesty's Thailand Ship (HMTS) Kraburi and guided-missile destroyer Ranveer from India, Ranvir with missile capability at sea, at sea Patrolling ships Sukanya and Long Range Marine reconnaissance aircraft P8I will participate.
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At the same time, the joint exercise of Indian Army and Royal Thailand Army, Maitri-2019 also started in Umroi, Meghalaya. The purpose of this bilateral annual exercise started at the Foreign Training Node (JTN) is to train troops in anti-terrorism operations in the jungle and urban areas. During the port phase in Port Blair, professional exchanges and introduction to each other's ships will be organized. The sea phase will be held from 18 to 20 September.
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In this, under surface and air maneuvers, cannon and gunfire, security forces security measures and communication exercises will be organized. During this time, the armies of the three countries will share each other's experience. The five-day exercise aims to strengthen maritime relations between the three countries. Let us know that in recent times China has become very aggressive on the maritime border with the neighboring country. In such a situation, it has become necessary that India increase its sea forces.
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