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Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and delegation visit India Naval Aviation Squadron, Goa port, Goa shipyard

Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and delegation looked at an aircraft.

Nay Pyi Taw July 29

Commander-in-Chief of Defence Services Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and Tatmadaw goodwill delegation continued their friendship tour in India, visiting India Naval Aviation Squadron (INS Hansa) in Goa yesterday morning.

On arrival at the INS Hansa at 9 am local standard time, the Senior General and delegation were warmly welcomed by Rear Admiral Ravneet Singh, Fleet Officer of Goa Commanding Area, and officials. At the briefing hall Commodore Shalinder Singh conducted a powerpoint presentation on salient points of the INS Hansa. He also answered the questions raised by the Senior General and delegation.

The Senior General and the Fleet Officer exchanged souvenirs. Then the Senior General and delegation looked at aircraft at INS Hansa and military submarines at Goa port.

At 10:10 am, they arrived at Goa Shipyard Limited where they were welcomed by its Chairman and Managing Director Mr. Sekhar Mital and officials. Officials also presented a power-point account of the shipyard.

The Senior General and the shipyard Chairman exchanged souvenirs. Later, the Senior General and delegation were conducted round the shipyard.

Goa Shipyard Limited is the leading shipbuilder in India. In 1957, the Government of the Portuguese India set up a small-scale shipyard named Estaleiros Navais de Goa. Now it is a shipyard applying the most advanced techniques.

The Senior General and delegation flew from Goa to Pune by Indian military aircraft at 1:30 pm. They were seen off at the airport by Rear Admiral Ravneet Singh and wife and officials.

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