By Express News Service VISAKHAPATNAM: INS Kamorta, against submarine fighting corvette, is mutually practicing with Indonesian warship KRI Usman Harun, a multi-job corvette, in the Bay of Bengal as a major aspect of the two-day Indian Navy-Indonesian Navy respective exercise ‘Samudra Shakti‘, which finished up on Thursday.
The joint activities incorporate moves, surface fighting activities, air guard works out, weapon shooting drills, helicopter tasks and boarding activities. KRI Usman Harun landed here on November 4 to take an interest in the second version Ex-‘Samudra Shakti’.
The harbor stage, directed on November 4 and 5, included proficient associations as topic master trades (SMEE), cross deck visits, test system drills, arranging gatherings, sports installations and social communications.
His Excellency Sidharto Reza Suryodipuro, Indonesian Ambassador to India, saw a portion of the exercises of the harbor stage at Visakhapatnam. The represetative had exchanges with ENC Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief Vice Admiral Atul Kumar Jain alongside Indonesian Navy appointment, headed by Cmde Yayan Sofiyan, Commander of Security Task Force of Indonesian Fleet Command on issues of shared sea enthusiasm for the locale.