The navies of India and Singapore will conduct joint exercises next month to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the maritime bilateral relations between the two countries. This was stated by the Indian High Commissioner, Jawed Ashraf in Singapore last night. He said the excellent defence relationship between both the countries is a reflection of deep mutual trust and a shared vision for the region.
He said the bilateral naval exercise will be the longest uninterrupted naval exercise that India has with any country in the world. Mr Ashraf said the two nations are working together in the fields of technology and innovation solutions for the weak and vulnerable.