Joint Indo Thailand military exercise conducted
Joint Indo Thailand military exercise conducted

Exercise ‘Maitree’ a joint exercise between Indian Army and Royal Thailand army was conducted from July 15-30 at Krabi, Thailand. The aim of the joint exercise was to train contingents of both the armies on conduct of counter terrorist operations in an urban environment. A strength of 90 soldiers from Royal Thailand Army and an equal number from Indian Army are taking part in the two week long joint training exercise.

The exercise is designed to enhance mutual cooperation and interoperability between the two armies and improve understanding of each other’s tactical drills and actions in counter terrorism operations. The participants of the two armies will also familiarise themselves with each other’s armed forces’ structure as well as the geography and culture of both countries.

Exercise Maitree will go a long way in further cementing the bilateral relationship between the two nations and giving impetus to the ongoing defence cooperation.


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