Chief of Naval Staff to review operational, material, logistics activities at Naval Commanders’ Conference

Conference will also dwell upon dynamics of geostrategic situation of the region and Navy's readiness to deal with same

Conference will also dwell upon dynamics of geostrategic situation of the region and Navy's readiness to deal with same

The second edition of the Naval Commanders’ Conference is to begin on Oct 31

In the second edition of the Naval Commanders’ Conference, the Chief of Naval Staff, Admiral R Hari Kumar, along with other naval commanders will review the major operational, material, logistics, training, and administrative activities undertaken by the Indian Navy in the last few months.

The conference serves as a platform for Naval Commanders to discuss important maritime matters at the military-strategic level through an institutionalized forum. Due to the dynamic and fast-paced developments in security imperatives in the Indian Ocean Region (IOR) as well as in other parts of the world, the conference has its own significance and relevance.

The conference is scheduled to be held between October 31 and November 3. At the conference, the senior naval officers will deliberate upon future plans for important activities and initiatives. The conference will also dwell upon the dynamics of the geostrategic situation of the region and the Navy’s readiness to deal with the same.

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will address the conference and interact with the naval commanders on matters pertaining to national security. The Chief of Defence Staff, Lt Gen Anil Chauhan, Army Chief General Manoj Pande, and the Chief of Indian Air Force, Air Chief Marshal V R Chaudhari, would also interact with the Naval Commanders during the conference to address the convergence of the three services vis-a-vis the common operational environment, and avenues of augmenting tri-service synergy and readiness towards the defence of the nation and India’s national interests.

The Navy has focused on being a combat-ready, credible, and cohesive force with a future-ready outlook and continues to assiduously execute its mandate. The Navy has witnessed significant growth in its operational tasking over the years in consonance with India’s rising maritime interests.

[With Inputs from IANS]

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  1. I am sure Modi will have something to contribute if he is called .

    He is an excellent undercover agent who understands the nuances.


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