Indian Navy’s Maiden Exercise with Algerian Navy

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by PIB Delhi As part of her ongoing goodwill visit to Europe and Africa, INS Tabar took part in a Maritime Partnership Exercise with Algerian Navy ship 'Ezzadjer' on 29 Aug 21. The landmark exercise, held off the Algerian coast, saw participation of a frontline Algerian warship, 'Ezzadjer'. As part of the exercise, diverse activities includingco-ordinatedmanoeuvring, communication procedures and steam past were undertaken between the Indian and Algerian warships. The exercise enabled the two navies to understand the concept of operations followed by each other, enhanced interoperability and opened the possibility of increasing interaction and collaboration between them in future.
by PIB Delhi As part of her ongoing goodwill visit to Europe and Africa, INS Tabar took part in a Maritime Partnership Exercise with Algerian Navy ship 'Ezzadjer' on 29 Aug 21. The landmark exercise, held off the Algerian coast, saw participation of a frontline Algerian warship, 'Ezzadjer'. As part of the exercise, diverse activities includingco-ordinatedmanoeuvring, communication procedures and steam past were undertaken between the Indian and Algerian warships. The exercise enabled the two navies to understand the concept of operations followed by each other, enhanced interoperability and opened the possibility of increasing interaction and collaboration between them in future.
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by PIB Delhi

As part of her ongoing goodwill visit to Europe and Africa, INS Tabar took part in a Maritime Partnership Exercise with Algerian Navy ship ‘Ezzadjer’ on 29 Aug 21.

The  landmark exercise, held off the Algerian coast, saw participation of a frontline Algerian warship, ‘Ezzadjer’.

As part of the exercise, diverse activities includingco-ordinatedmanoeuvring, communication procedures and steam past were undertaken between the Indian and Algerian warships. The exercise enabled the two navies to understand the concept of operations followed by each other, enhanced interoperability and opened the possibility of increasing  interaction and collaboration between them in future.

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