India's INS Kadmatt Deployed in Indonesia

December 1, 2017

 India's INS Kadmatt, the indigenously built stealth Anti-Submarine Warfare corvette arrived Belawan, Indonesia on 30 November 17. 

The 3-day long visit to Indonesia is to commemorate 25 years of INDO-ASEAN Partnership and is aimed to further strengthen the bilateral ties between the two nations and is one among an on-going series of artistic, cultural and people-to-people events to celebrate this important milestone in the INDO-ASEAN relationship.
Photo: Indian Navy
Photo: Indian Navy
During the visit, INS Kadmatt will engage Indonesian Naval Personnel in formal calls and professional interaction.  Social and sporting engagements are also included between naval personnel of both navies to build bonhomie. 
Apart from interactions at harbour, exercises are also planned with Indonesian Naval Ships on her departure from Belawan.
Both the navies have had regular interactions through various forums such as Coordinated Patrolling (CORPAT), MILAN, KOMODO and other bilateral exercises.

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