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India : Indo-French Joint Naval Exercise.

The latest edition of bilateral maritime exercise Varuna between Indian and French Navy was held in May 2019. The exercise was conducted in two phases with the objective of conducting advanced exercise for a significant period at sea.

The expenditure for the same was met out of overall revenue expenditure of the Indian Navy. Seven naval assets and their crew participated in the exercises. Exercises with friendly foreign countries are conducted by Indian Navy as per approved annual calendar of exercises with the aim of enhancing regional cooperation and inter-operability.

Indian Navy has been engaging with friendly foreign countries in areas of bilateral/multilateral exercises, training and capacity building, hydrography and Human Assistance & Disaster Relief (HADR) as required.

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Publication:Mena Report
Geographic Code:9INDI
Date:Jun 27, 2019
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