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* Indian naval ships depart from Colombo harbor on completion of successful tour
Mon, Nov 6, 2017, 09:08 pm SL Time, ColomboPage News Desk, Sri Lanka.

Nov 06, Colombo: Indian naval ships Tir and Sujatha and the Indian Coast Guard ship Sarathi which arrived in Sri Lanka on a goodwill and training visit, set sail from the Colombo harbor today (06th November 2017), on completion of successful tour.

Sri Lanka Navy bade customary farewell to the departing ships in accordance with naval traditions.

During their five-day official visit, the ships participated in a number of training exercises with SLN ships with a view to share professional expertise and strengthen friendship. The Indian navy also participated in community programs

Besides, the musical ensemble of the Indian ships partnering with the Sri Lanka Navy band presented a colorful concert at the Galle Face Green on Sunday.

 

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