Indian Warships reach Australia to take part in Bilateral Maritime Exercise AUSINDEX-17

Posted on:14 Jun 2017 09:17:06
Indian Warships reach Australia to take part in Bilateral Maritime Exercise AUSINDEX-17
14 June 2017 Current Affairs:

  • Indian warships reached Australia’s port city of Freemantle to take part in a week-long naval exercise off the Western Australian coast.

  • AUSINDEX-17 is the second overall bilateral drill between Indian Navy and Royal Australian Navy.

  • Exercise Australia-India (AUSINDEX) was first conducted off the East Coast of India in September 2015.

  • Indian warships INS Kamorta, the INS Shivalik (first stealth warship built in India), and oiler INS Jyoti, will take part in the exercise.



  • Indian warships reached Australia’s port city of Freemantle to take part in a week-long naval exercise off the Western Australian coast.

  • AUSINDEX-17 is the second overall bilateral drill between Indian Navy and Royal Australian Navy.

  • Exercise Australia-India (AUSINDEX) was first conducted off the East Coast of India in September 2015.

  • Indian warships INS Kamorta, the INS Shivalik (first stealth warship built in India), and oiler INS Jyoti, will take part in the exercise.


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