The 2nd edition of Naval Commanders' Conference, 2023 begins in New Delhi

The 2nd edition of Naval Commanders' Conference, 2023 begins in New Delhi

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Category : International Published on: September 05 2023

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  • The second edition of the Naval Commanders' Conference, 2023 began in New Delhi on 4 September.
  • The conference serves as the highest-level biennial event, which facilitates discussion and policy formulation among naval commanders.
  • During the three-day conference, to be held in a hybrid format, the senior leadership of the Indian Navy will review major operational, material, logistics, training, and administrative activities undertaken during the last six months.
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