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In swift follow-up action, Indian warship visits Indonesia's Sabang port

Delhi, Jakarta agreed in May to develop strategic port near Malacca

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Indian Navy  |  Indonesia  |  Narendra Modi

Ajai Shukla  |  New Delhi 



Presidential ship INS Sumitra proceeds for fleet review. Photo: Twitter
File picture of Presidential ship INS Sumitra proceeding for fleet review. Photo: Twitter

On Wednesday, the patrol vessel, INS Sumitra, became the first-ever warship to sail into the Indonesian port of Sabang, strategically poised at the mouth of the Malacca Strait.

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First Published: Wed, July 11 2018. 01:51 IST

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