After Malabar Exercise, the Indian Navy is doing war games with the naval forces of Singapore and Thailand in the Andaman Sea.
Indian Navy ships including indigenously constructed ASW corvette Kamorta and rocket corvette Karmuk are taking an interest in the second release of India, Singapore and Thailand Trilateral Maritime Exercise SITMEX-20, from 21 to 22 November 20 in Andaman Sea.
The principal release of SITMEX, facilitated by the Indian Navy, was directed off Port Blair in September 2019.
The SITMEX arrangement of activities are led to upgrade common interoperability and guzzling best practices between IN, Republic of Singapore Navy (RSN) and Royal Thai Navy (RTN).
Singapore is facilitating the 2020 version of the activity.
The Indian Navy as of late finished up two periods of the Malabar Exercise alongside the US, Japan and Australia. India's sea strategy includes maritime activities in light of a few well disposed nations keeping China's expanding impact in the Indian Ocean Region.
The 2020 release of the activity is being facilitated by the RSN. The RSN is being spoken to by the 'Imposing' Class frigate 'Courageous' and 'Perseverance' Class Landing Ship Tank 'Try', and the RTN by the 'Chao Phraya' Class frigate 'Kraburi' in the activity.
The 'non-contact, adrift just' practice in the perspective on Covid-19 pandemic, features developing collaboration, coordination and participation in the oceanic space between the three benevolent naval forces and sea neighbors.
The two-day sea drills will observer the three naval forces take an interest in an assortment of activities including maritime moves, surface fighting activities and weapon firings.
Other than improving interoperability between the neighborly naval forces, SITMEX arrangement of activities likewise expect to reinforce shared certainty and create regular agreement and systems towards upgrading the general oceanic security in the locale.