Three Indian naval ships arrived in Muscat on Saturday.
Indian Navy offers to train more Omani sailors
By Rejimon K
Muscat: India’s navy is ready to help train Omani sailors, a visiting admiral pledged.
“We are always open to requests from Oman to train its sailors in different areas, depending on the facilities we have,” Rear Admiral Ravneet Singh, the Flag Officer Commanding Indian Navy’s Western Fleet, told Times of Oman.
According to Singh, some 150 Omani sailors are trained by India every year.
“We have provided training for Omani sailors in gunnery, navigation and mechanical engineering, hydrography, diving, training management, logistics management and dockyard management, to mention just a few,” Singh added.
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