Navy chief stresses on synergy to combat maritime threats.
New Delhi: Alluding to the growing maritime threats, including piracy, Indian Navy Chief Admiral DK Joshi on Tuesday underlined the “constant need for synergy and coordination” amongst different agencies and stakeholders to ensure India’s optimum security.
Speaking at the biannual Naval Commanders Conference, Joshi stressed on the dynamics of current maritime environment and a wide spectrum of challenges confronting the nation, including coastal security and piracy.
The conference is being held to discuss issues of operational relevance, identify capability gaps and to review the future plans of the Indian Navy.
Highlighting a wide spectrum of challenges confronting the nation, including coastal security and piracy, Joshi spoke about the participation by several international Navies, including the Indian Navy, through well-coordinated efforts have reduced piracy incidents.
Article courtesy of Zee News.