Indian Military Ships Arrive in Vladivostok on Unofficial Visit

Warships of Indian Navy welcomed in Vladivostok

 

The Indian warships have arrived in the Russia’s Far East city of Vladivostok on an unofficial visit, the Russian Eastern Military District’s press service said Monday.

MOSCOW     The Indian military ships have arrived in the Russia’s Far East city of Vladivostok on an unofficial visit, where they will be staying for four days, the Russian Eastern Military District’s press service said Monday.

“Today a group of ships of the Indian Navy arrived in Vladivostok on an unofficial visit,” district’s spokesman Igor Maiborodov said.

Indian sailors were met with repeated salute by the Pacific Fleet command, the honor guard company and orchestra of the headquarters of the Pacific Fleet.

The sides pointed out the increased communications between the countries’ fleets.

The Indian delegation is set to lay wreathes to the eternal flame at the memorial complex of Military Honor of Pacific Fleet, participate in sport competitions with their Russian counterparts and take part in a number of cultural events.