Naval Vessel (Sinphyushin) returns from Indian Navy-led MILAN-2022

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Warship “Sinphyushin” arrives back in Myanmar.

The warship Sinphyushin led by Commander Commodore Kyaw Kyaw Htoo from the Danyawady Naval Region Command Headquarters of the Tatmadaw (Navy) together with officials and other ranks, which left for Visakhapatnam, India to attend the Multilateral Naval Exercise (MILAN-2022), arrived back in No 3 Naval Jetty (Thilawa) yesterday.
The warship and Naval officials were welcomed back by Commander Rear-Admiral Htein Win from Central Naval Command Headquarters, and officers and other ranks from the Navy and their families.
The Multilateral Naval Exercise (MILAN-2022) was held in Visakhapatnam, India from 25 February to 4 March and 22 warships including Sinphyushin of Myanmar from 14 countries participated in the operation.
Myanmar took part in the International Maritime Seminar with other 39 countries, Subject Matter Expert Exchange Programme, harbour-based exercises, International City Parade, and performed at MILAN Village, displayed traditional food and Myanmar’s handicrafts, visited Bodh Gaya and Taj Mahal in addition to the naval exercises with international warships.
The naval ship (Sinphyushin) sailed a total of 3,020 nautical miles during the voyage. — MNA

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