Nepal, India To Hold Joint Military Exercise In Pithoragarh

Nepal, India To Hold Joint Military Exercise In Pithoragarh

March 1, 2018, 10:08 a.m.

Nepal’s newly-appointed defense minister Ishwor Pokharel after assuming office on Monday signed an agreement to launch Surya Kiran Nepal-India Military Joint Exercise

Nepal and India would hold a joint exercise in Uttarakhand that will include training on jungle warfare, anti-terrorism combat as well as disaster response activities, defence ministry officials in Kathmandu have said.

According to  Press Trust of India, Nepal’s newly-appointed defence minister Ishwor Pokharel after assuming office on Monday signed an agreement to launch Surya Kiran Nepal-India Military Joint Exercise.

The 13th edition of the Nepal-India joint military exercise will be held in Pithoragarh in a couple of months. This is a regular military exercise being organised annually between the two armies, said the defence ministry officials.

Last year, the 12th edition of Surya Kiran military exercise was held in Kathmandu. The military exercise will include training on jungle warfare, anti-terrorism combat as well as disaster response activities.

The announcement came days after Indian Army chief Bipin Rawat visited Nepal to attend a function being organised by the Nepal Army to mark the Army Day. 

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