4th Indian navy ship carrying relief materials reaches Yangon

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Tatmadaw Navy's senior officers receive relief items from the Indian navy ship yesterday.

The navy ship INS Gharial of India Navy carrying the relief items for Mocha victims in Myanmar arrived at Thilawa Port in Yangon Region yesterday.
It was welcomed by Tatmadaw Navy’s senior officers, the Indian Navy Attaché to Myanmar and other officials.
Then, the relief items and foodstuffs were handed over to the relevant officers. The supplies will be distributed to the storm-hit areas.
The Indian navy ships INS-Shivalik, INS-Kamorta and INS-Savitri carrying relief supplies arrived in Yangon on 18 May and left for Yangon yesterday at noon. — MNA/KTZH

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