Indian Navy postpones Milan 2020

▴ Indian Navy postpones Milan 2020
Indian navy postpones Milan 2020 to avoid COVID

The Indian Navy has deferred its marine program Milan 2020, booked from March 18-28 at Visakhapatnam amid Coronavirus fears. Vizag was preparing for this event from the start of the year when it has successfully hosted the International Fleet Review last month. Also to mention 33 delegates from 15 friendly foreign Navies attending the Final planning conference as well.

"It is for information that MILAN 2020 – a multilateral marine exercise planned to be directed by the Indian Navy from 18 to 28 Mar 20, at Visakhapatnam, has been deferred mulling over the wellbeing everything being equal and travel limitations forced by the spread of COVID-19," an official explanation said.

"The direct of MILAN 2020 had created an extremely exciting reaction, with Navies around the globe wanting to take an interest; and concerning this intrigue, the Indian Navy looks forward toward booking MILAN at a later advantageous date," it included.

Many countries had shown interest in the event and were keen to join in Vishakapatnam.  The seniors mentioned it is for the benefit and safety to avoid large crowds. MILAN 2020  was planned for enhancing proficient collaboration between friendly foreign Navies and gain from one another's qualities and best practices in the sea area. The occasion would likewise give an amazing chance to Operational Commanders of agreeable outside Navies to interface with one another in territories of common intrigue and thusly, the MILAN subject 'Cooperative energy Across the Seas' has been appropriately picked.

The Indian Navy might want to entire heartedly thank the various naval forces from close and far for having acknowledged their encouragement to partake in MILAN 2020, as additionally for the unstinted help gave in the approach this occasion," the announcement said.

Tags : #India #COVID #Navy #Milan2020 #Worldevent

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