Indian naval ships visit Da Nang city

(VOVWORLD) - Three Indian naval ships anchored at Tien Sa Port in Da Nang on Monday, beginning a courtesy visit to the central city.
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The ships include multi-role frigate INS Sahyadri, oil tanker INS Shakti and corvette INS Kamorta with a total of 913 officers and sailors on board, led by Rear Admiral Dinesh Tripathi, Commander of the Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet.

During the five-day trip, the crews will pay courtesy visits to leaders of the city’s People’s Committee and the High Command of Naval Region 3.

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They will take part in basketball matches with officers and soldiers of the Naval Region 3 and students of Da Nang University, and stage a brass music show for the public at Bien Dong Park. They will also explore My Son sanctuary - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and Hoi An ancient city, in Quang Nam province. The navies of the two countries will hold a joint exercise on the last day of the visit.