The Indian Navy takes part in Bangladesh's inaugural international fleet review.

The Indian Navy delegation led by Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta was part of the first International Fleet Review (IFR) hosted by Bangladesh at Coxs Bazar on December 7 . Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reported to the Ministry of Defence that the International Fleet included ships from the Bangladesh Navy and eight ships from six foreign countries .

New Delhi, December 9: The Indian Navy delegation led by Vice Admiral Biswajit Dasgupta, the Flag Officer, Eastern Naval Command, and three Indian Navy warships were part of the first International Fleet Review (IFR) hosted by Bangladesh at Coxs Bazar on December 7, according to the ministry.Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina reported to the Ministry of Defence that the International Fleet, which included ships from the Bangladesh Navy and eight ships from six foreign countries, was the largest among the participating foreign navies in the IFR, with three ships.The other five participating ships were all from China, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, and the United States, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Defense.The three Indian Navy ships, namely the Guided Missile Destroyer INS Kochi, the Anti-Submarine Warfare Corvette INS Kavaratti, and the Offshore Patrol Vessel Sumedha, are all indigenously designed and constructed warships.

He had bilateral contacts with delegation heads from Iran, Maldives, Myanmar, RoK, and the United States.This was the first International Fleet Review hosted by Bangladesh.The presence of the Indian Navy at the first International Fleet Review (IFR) hosted by Bangladesh was thus an appropriate reiteration of solid bilateral links between India and Bangladesh and the role of the Indian Navy in strengthening defence cooperation in the maritime arena.

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