Navy Commander holds talks in India

Vice Admiral Piyal De Silva, Commander of the Sri Lanka Navy, along with a delegation, is on a visit to Southern Naval Command in Kochi between March 29 and 31 as part of a visit to India, The Hindu newspaper reported.

He held discussions with Vice Admiral AK Chawla, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of the Southern Naval Command.

Thereafter, he was given a presentation on the activities conducted by the command, focussing mainly on training.

Presently, 95 Sri Lankan Navy officers and 67 sailors are undergoing training at various establishments and units under the SNC.

On completion of his visit to Kochi, the visiting delegation will proceed to the Indian Naval Academy at Ezhimala.

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