A debrief of the Indian Navy exercise "Sea Vigil" held from 22 to 23 January, was conducted on Tuesday at the Naval headquarters, the meeting was chaired by Vice Admiral MS Pawar, AVSM, VSM, the Deputy Chief of the Naval Staff (DCNS).
The debriefing was attended by high officials of the Navy, Indian Coast Guard, central ministries, state governments, union territory administration and intelligence agencies
Vice Admiral Pawar (DCNS) highlighted the significant achievements during the exercise and complimented all stakeholders for the progress made over the last decade in the realm of coastal defence and security.
The chairperson also complimented the strong inter-agency coordination and interoperability achieved during the exercise and reiterated the need for flexibility and agility to deal with security challenges.
Feedbacks from the exercise and deliberations will be presented at the next meeting of the National Committee for Strengthening Maritime and Coastal Security (NCSMCS).
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