Navy Seeks Berthing Permission at Indian Ports

Thursday, April 19, 2007
The US Navy has again sought berthing and access facilities at Indian ports, a top US commander said yesterday. US Chief of Naval Operations Admiral Michael G. Mullen also expressed happiness over the very supportive response to his concept of a thousand ship navy collaboration between seafaring nations. At a press conference he pointed to the threat posed by the naval wing of Sri Lanka's Tamil Tigers and expressed concern at the growing clout of the Chinese navy. Source: GulfNews
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