Indian Naval Ships Visit Haiphong

Two Indi­an naval ships, the INS Shiv­a­lik and INS Kar­muk, com­mand­ed by Rear Admi­ral Ajit Kumar P, who is also the East­ern Naval Com­man­der, docked in Haiphong port city on May 19.


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This is the fifth vis­it to Haiphong by the Indi­an ships, aim­ing to rein­force the friend­ship and coop­er­a­tion between India and Viet­nam, as well as between the two navies.

The Indi­an del­e­ga­tion is sched­uled to pay a cour­tesy vis­it to lead­ers of the Haiphong munic­i­pal People’s Com­mit­tee, the High Com­mand of Mil­i­tary Zone 3 and the Navy High Com­mand. They will also con­duct an exchange with stu­dents from the Viet­nam Mar­itime Uni­ver­si­ty, and offer gifts to chil­dren in the Hoa Phuong orphan­age.

The Indi­an navy lead­ers will vis­it Hanoi and pay trib­ute to late Pres­i­dent Ho Chi Minh at his mau­soleum, in addi­tion to doing some sight­see­ing in Haiphong and Halong Bay.

The ships will con­clude their vis­it to Viet­nam.


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