Indian navy vessel makes call at Thilawa port

An Indian Navy hydrographic survey ship docks at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa.—Myawady
An Indian Navy hydrographic survey ship docks at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa.—Myawady

Yangon, 19 March — An Indian Navy hydrographic survey ship docked Thursday at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa.
On a friendly visit from 19 to 22 March, the INS Darshak arrived in Myanmar under the command of Cdr Amal Gopal Merwade together with 20 officers and 200 other crew. They
were welcomed at the port by Commodore Min Thein. Ko Ko Zaw (MNA)

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