INS Sumedha headed to Australian anchorages in Indonesia


New Delhi: The Indian Navy’s long-range deployment in the Southeast Indian Ocean is underway. As part of this, INS Sumedha will visit Port Tanjung Benoa in Bali. It will be visiting from 4 August to 6 August 2022.

As part of the ongoing Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, the ship is going to Perth, Australia. The visit coincides with India’s Independence Day. This visit to Bali aims to strengthen bilateral relations. The aim of the visit is also to enhance military cooperation and improvise interoperability with the Indonesian Navy.

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Naval equivalents to participate in the interaction

INS Sumedha is anchored in Bali. The ship’s crew will interact professionally with the Indonesian Navy. They also do over the deck visits and sporting events.

Before arriving in Bali, the ship conducted a maritime partnership exercise with KRI Sultan Hasanuddin on 02/08/2022. It is a Sigma-class corvette of the Indonesian Navy.

The exercise included seamanship development, tactical maneuvers and communication methods. It provided an opportunity to share professional experiences and strengthen maritime cooperation between the navies.

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What is INS Sumedha?

INS Sumedha is an indigenous offshore patrol vessel of the Navy. It is used by the Navy for a number of independent roles and in support of fleet operations.

She is part of the Indian Navy’s Eastern Fleet based in Visakhapatnam. It functions under the operational command of the Flag Officer Commanding, Eastern Fleet.

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