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Indian Navy ships in Jakarata on eastward deployment

The Indian Navy's guided missile destroyers INS Rana and INS Ranjit and two other ships reached Jakarata Tuesday as part of their eastward deployment, an official statement said Tuesday.

New Delhi, May 25 (IANS) The Indian Navy's guided missile destroyers INS Rana and INS Ranjit and two other ships reached Jakarata Tuesday as part of their eastward deployment, an official statement said Tuesday.

The guided missile corvette INS Kulish and fleet tanker INS Jyoti are also part of the deployment, during which the ships will undertake passage exercises with the navies of various countries including Indonesia, Australia and Singapore, the statement said.

 

The vessels, sailing under Flag Officer Commanding Eastern Fleet Rear Admiral P. N. Murugesan, are likely to return to Indian waters by June 10.

 

The ships will be making port calls at Haiphong in Vietnam, Manila in Phillipines, Muara in Brunei, Bangkok in Thailand, Fremantle in Australia, Singapore and Port Kelang in Malaysia.

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