Indo-Japan coastguards to begin joint exercise today

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Chennai, Jan. 15 (ANI): The Coast Guards of India and Japan will be conducting a joint exercise called ‘Sahyog-Kaijin’ off the Chennai coast today.

According to reports, the focus of the bilateral training would be anti-piracy, search and rescue operations and interoperability between the two forces.

Indian Coast Guard (ICG) vessel Samudra Pehredar and the Japanese vessel Echigo are berthed at Chennai Port.

The Director General of Indian Coast Guard Vice Admiral HCS Bisht, Vice Commandant of the Japanese Coast Guard, Vice Admiral Hideyo Hanamizu and other prominent officials would be witnessing the day-long event. (ANI)

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