The eighth version of the Train #MitraShakti21 between the Indian and the Sri Lankan Army culminated on the island nation’s jap district of Ampara, the Indian Military stated in a tweet.
The 12-day mega navy train from October 4 to fifteen started with a concentrate on enhancing counter-terror cooperation on the Fight Coaching Faculty within the district.
“In addition to selling synergy & interoperability amongst the Armed Forces, train additional helped in cementing ties between each the nations,” it stated.
On Friday, Chief of Military Workers Gen Manoj Mukund Naravane witnessed the end result of the train and lauded the troops of each contingents for his or her excessive requirements of coaching and professionalism.
Military chief Gen Naravane arrived right here on Tuesday on a four-day go to on the invitation of his Sri Lankan counterpart Gen Shavendra Silva.
The train obtained underway with the participation of an all arms contingent of 120 Indian Military personnel, headed by Colonel Prakash Kumar.
The joint navy train has been designed to reinforce understanding of transnational terrorism, inter-operability abilities, conduct of joint tactical operations, sharing of one another’s greatest practices and experiences, the Sri Lanka Military stated.
The annual coaching programme, which has largely contributed to strengthen bilateral navy cooperation, understanding and bonds of neighbourly relations between each companies, takes place alternately both in India or Sri Lanka yearly, it added.