Bilateral Exercise Between Indian & Republic Of Singapore Navy SIMBEX-17 Commences

As part of ‘SIMBEX-17’, the ongoing Bilateral Naval Exercise between Navies of the Republic of Singapore and India, lndian Naval Ships Shivalik, Sahyadri, Jyoti and Kamorta are participating. While INS Sahyadri and INS Kamorta are at Singapore since 12 May 2017, INS Shivalik and INS Jyoti would be joining directly for the sea phase of the exercise.

SIMBEX is an acronym for “Singapore-India Maritime Bilateral Exercises”. Bilateral cooperation between Singapore and India was first formalised when RSN ships began training with the Indian Navy in 1994. This years edition of SIMBEX-17 being held in the South China Sea would be the 24th in the series and is aimed to increase interoperability between the Singapore and India as well as develop common understanding and procedures for maritime security operations.

    Important Takeaways from above News for SBI PO Mains Exam-

    • Sunil Lanba is the Chief of Naval Staff (CNS) of Indian Navy
    • Singapore dollar is the currency of Singapore
    • Prime Minister of Singapore is Lee Hsien Loong 
    Source- Press Information Bureau (PIB) 

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