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JIMEX 2020: Naval exercise between Japan, India concludes in North Arabian Sea

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New Delhi, Sep 29: The 4th edition of India-Japan maritime bilateral exercise JIMEX, between the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) and the Indian Navy, completed three days of exercise.

A drill during joint maritime exercise-JIMEX 2020, in the Arabian Sea.

It was held in the North Arabian Sea from September 26 to September 28. Ships undertook anti-air and anti-submarine warfare exercises, weapon firings, tracking and tactical manoeuvres.

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On the second day, the Indian Navy and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (JMSDF) ships undertook weapon drills, seamanship evolutions and advanced exercises.

JIMEX is a series of exercises commenced in January 2012 with a special focus on maritime security cooperation. The last edition of JIMEX was conducted in October 2018 off Visakhapatnam, India.

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    Naval cooperation between Japan and India increased in scope and complexity over the years. Advanced level of operations and exercises planned during JIMEX-20 are indicative of the continued upswing in Indo-Japanese defence relations and continued efforts by both governments to work closely for a more secure, open and inclusive global commons, in accordance with international regulations.

    This would further enhance the cooperation and mutual confidence between the two navies and fortify the long-standing bond of friendship between the two countries.

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