India, Bangladesh hold joint military exercise as part of bilateral defence cooperation
As part of India-Bangladesh bilateral defence cooperation, a joint military training exercise Ex SAMPRITI-X is being conducted at Jashor Military Station, Bangladesh from 5 June to 16 June 2022.
Exercise SAMPRITI is an important bilateral defence cooperation organised by the two countries alternately.
It aims to strengthen and broaden the aspects of interoperability and cooperation between the two armies.
Its aim is to understand each other’s tactical drills and operational techniques.
Exercise Ex SAMPRITI-X
During this joint military exercise, the armies of the two countries will share expertise in multiple scenarios of terrorism, humanitarian aid and disaster relief and UN peacekeeping under the mandate of the United Nations.
As the exercise progresses, a joint tactical exercise will be conducted in which the joint combat exercise of both the troops will be practised.
The exercise will culminate with a final verification exercise in which soldiers of both the armies will jointly practice counter-terrorism operations in a simulated environment.
The exercise is an opportunity for cultural understanding besides strengthening trust and cooperation between the armies of both nations.
Both the armies will benefit from each other's experience from this exercise which will further contribute to peace and stability in the region.
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