Three Indian Navy Ships (INS) comprising one training squadron of the Indian Navy will pay a four-day goodwill visit to Myanmar on Sunday, said the Indian Embassy here in a press released Friday.
The ships will be berthed at Myanmar International Terminals Thilawa (MITT) in Yangon, the release said.
The training squadron comprises INS Gharial, INS Sujata and Coast Guard Ship Varuna. 125 officer cadets from the Indian Navy and Indian Coast Guard are embarked onboard the ships.
The visit and interactions among high-ranking officials would undoubtedly provide further momentum to consolidate the friendly relations between India and Myanmar,the release said.
During the visit, the commanding officers will meet with senior government and military officials, it added.
A free medical camp would be set up at Thanlyin District Hospital in Yangon next Tuesday. There would be also some community social activities.
The Indian Naval Band will perform at a concert named "Harmony and Friendship Across the Seas" at the National Theater next Tuesday.
The training squadron has visited Singapore and Phuket prior arriving at Yangon, the release said