SINGAPORE: The Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) and the Indian Army (IA) have conducted a bilateral artillery exercise in Devlali, India.
The two—week exercise from 24 November to 8 December, codenamed Agni Warrior, saw the two armies carrying out combined artillery live—firing.
The Defence Ministry said the exercise has enhanced the mutual understanding and interoperability between the two armies.
It added Exercise Agni Warrior is conducted under the ambit of the Bilateral Agreement for Joint Army Training and Exercises between both armies.
Apart from bilateral exercises, the SAF and the Indian Armed Forces also interact regularly through visits, courses, seminars and other professional exchanges.
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