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Foreign Navies Leave Vishakapatnam Waters

The International Fleet Review that showcased the preparedness of the mighty world Navies concluded on Monday

Published: 10th February 2016 05:41 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th February 2016 05:41 AM   |  A+A-

VISAKHAPATNAM : As many as 50 foreign naval ships sailed out after participating in the International Fleet Review, which concluded here on Tuesday. Commander-in-Chief, Eastern Naval Command Vice Admiral Satish Soni flagged off the ships.

Foreign Navies.JPGThe event was formally culminated with the Joint International Band Concert at the Naval Officers Institute on Monday evening. Bands from participating Navies along with the Indian Navy band performed lilting music at the event, which was chaired by the Indian Navy Chief Admiral RK Dhowan.

The Joint Band Concert performed by numerous musicians in perfect harmony cemented the friendship among Navies through music. The musical extravaganza was witnessed by over 1,000 spectators including many foreign dignitaries from participating Navies.

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