The Indian Naval Ship (INS) Sukanya which arrived in Colombo on 27th February 2023 on a three-day official go to, departed the island (01st March). At her departure, the ship performed a naval train with SLNS Gajabahu of the Sri Lanka Navy and the Navy bade customary farewell to the departing ship in accordance with naval traditions on the Port of Colombo.
Within the Passage Train (PASSEX), Replenishment at Sea (RAS) drills, formations and ship manoeuvres, communication workout routines had been performed, and concluded with customary cheer ship between ships.
Through the ship’s keep in Colombo, naval personnel of the Sri Lanka Navy took half in coaching programmes on board INS Sukanya. In the identical vein, a bunch of naval personnel from INS Sukanya attended a coaching programme on Humanitarian Help and Catastrophe Reduction (HADR) on the Fast Motion Boat Squadron (RABS) Headquarters in Gangewadiya, Puttalam. As well as, a yoga train session was held on the Galle Face Inexperienced, selling the camaraderie between each navies and the crew members of INS Sukanya engaged in sightseeing excursions, organised by the Sri Lanka Navy, in Colombo and Galle.
One other spotlight of the itinerary was kids of Diyakithulkanda Junior College in Galle and Kithsirigama Junior College in Monaragala visiting the Indian Naval Ship. On this event, the college kids had been gifted faculty provides introduced by INS Sukanya. The gadgets had been symbolically handed over to the youngsters by the President of NSVU Mrs Mala Lamahewa.
Visits of this nature might be a helpful instrument in selling cooperation between regional navies. Aside from that, naval workout routines and different coaching engagements performed throughout such visits assist share information and details about their respective maritime environments, which may be notably helpful in coping with nontraditional threats and different frequent maritime challenges.
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