India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol






Indonesian Naval Ship KRI Silas Papare has arrived here to participate in the opening ceremony of 19th cycle of the India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (IND-INDO CORPAT), Andaman & Nicobar Command sources said today. The 19th cycle of the IND-INDO CORPAT commenced today in the Andaman Sea. Indian Naval Ships, INS Mahish and INS Bitra of ANC are participating in the joint patrol in the Andaman Sea along the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL), the sources said. The joint exercise will culminate in the Indian Naval Ships visiting Belwan, Indonesia for the closing ceremony. "Effective and regular conduct of CORPATs with the Indonesian Navy has resulted in enhanced mutual confidence levels between the two navies and reduction in poaching by foreign trawlers in our waters," the sources said. Col Alok Dushanto, COS, Sea Security Task Force of Indonesian Navy alongwith Col D Hendrata, Task Force Commander and Lt. Col Y Poek, Commanding Officer of KRI Silas Papare called on Commander-in-Chief Andaman and Nicobar Command (CINCAN). During the stay at Port Blair the officers and crew of the Indonesian Ship interacted professionally as well as socially with senior officers and staff at the Naval Component and the Headquarters Andaman & Nicobar Command.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2012

India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol





Indonesian Naval Ship KRI Silas Papare has arrived here to participate in the opening ceremony of 19th cycle of the India-Indonesia Coordinated Patrol (IND-INDO CORPAT), Andaman & Nicobar Command sources said today. The 19th cycle of the IND-INDO CORPAT commenced today in the Andaman Sea. Indian Naval Ships, INS Mahish and INS Bitra of ANC are participating in the joint patrol in the Andaman Sea along the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL), the sources said. The joint exercise will culminate in the Indian Naval Ships visiting Belwan, Indonesia for the closing ceremony. "Effective and regular conduct of CORPATs with the Indonesian Navy has resulted in enhanced mutual confidence levels between the two navies and reduction in poaching by foreign trawlers in our waters," the sources said. Col Alok Dushanto, COS, Sea Security Task Force of Indonesian Navy alongwith Col D Hendrata, Task Force Commander and Lt. Col Y Poek, Commanding Officer of KRI Silas Papare called on Commander-in-Chief Andaman and Nicobar Command (CINCAN). During the stay at Port Blair the officers and crew of the Indonesian Ship interacted professionally as well as socially with senior officers and staff at the Naval Component and the Headquarters Andaman & Nicobar Command.

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