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India, Nepal To Carry Out 2-Week Joint Military Exercise From Tomorrow

India, Nepal To Carry Out 2-Week Joint Military Exercise From Tomorrow

The annual train is aimed toward enhancing interoperability in jungle warfare.

New Delhi:

Armies of India and Nepal will perform a two-week mega army train starting Friday to spice up interoperability in jungle warfare and counter-terror operations.

The 16th Version of the ‘Surya Kiran’ train is happening on the Military Battle College in Nepal’s Saljhandi space.

The annual train is aimed toward enhancing interoperability in jungle warfare and counter terrorism operations in mountainous terrain, the Indian Military stated.

The Nepal Military is deploying troopers from its Shree Bhawani Baksh Battalion whereas the Indian contingent is from the ‘5 Gorkha Rifles’. “The joint train would give attention to evolution of mixed drills for planning and conduct of tactical operations at unit stage in counter terrorism operations and catastrophe response mechanism usually and position of armed forces in administration of catastrophe,” the Military stated in a press release.

“In the course of the train, individuals will likely be coaching collectively to develop inter-operability and share their expertise together with counter insurgency and counter terrorist operations and likewise on humanitarian aid operations,” it stated.

“The joint army train will improve the extent of defence cooperation which is able to additional foster the bilateral relations between the 2 nations,” the Military stated.

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