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Indo-Japan first joint naval today

India and japan will hold their first ever-maritime exercise starting on Saturday off the coast of tokyo there, ‘two destroyers, one maritime patrol aircraft and a helicopter of the Japanese maritime self-defence force (JMSDF) will participate in the exercise whereas INS Rana, INS shivalik, INS karmukh and fleet tanker INS Shakti will represent inda, ‘the navy said’. The said The four ships entered Tokyo after visiting Singapore, Vietnam, the Philippines and South Korea and their three-day stay there coincides with commemoration of 60 years of diplomatic relations between India and Japan. On completion of the exercise with Japan, the warships will be visiting Beijing and Port Kelang in Malaysia around the middle of June. Eastern Naval Commander Vice Admiral Anil Chopra will also be visiting Tokyo to witness the first Japan India Maritime Exercise (JIMEX). The government has been deploying Navy warships on in the East in keeping with India's 'Look East' policy to strengthen military ties with the countries of this strategically important region.

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