India To Host International Navy Fleet Review After 15 years

Indian Navy has declared arrangements to host its biggest International occasion the International Fleet Review (IFR) to showcase abilities of the Indian naval force alongside naval forces of more than 46 countries which is going to be commenced in the first week of February next year. While Pakistan has dismisses the welcome to showcase its maritime ability at the review how ever, China is very keen to showcase its capabilities. As yet securing cooperation from its worldwide partners, the naval chief expressed an ‘unfavorable reaction’ from the Pakistan Navy.

India to host International Fleet review

“The High Commission in Islamabad which had communicate to their counterparts, informed us that they have not received a favourable response to the invite”, Pakistan Navy Chief briefed on the IFR.

On the other hand China has expressed mere interest to participate in the review along with a warship as well as a designation. During 2001 first International Fleet Review was furnished in Mumbai, after a span of 15 years a second International fleet review is under new government administration. The naval force has chosen to host seafaring navies at Visakhapatnam airport this time, as the harbor permits large number of ships and other facilities which would help demonstration of fleet events.

Naval authorities included the occasion is being held at an exceptional scale with mark components like a topic, logo, melody and mascot particularly intended for the occasion. The Navy has likewise dispatched a website and application to serves as a solitary window collaboration for the general population and invitees.