Warships to remain on West Indian waters for 2 months

Deployment in West Indian Ocean for longer two months. 
By GEOFFREY IRUNGU
The two Indian warships that docked at the Kenyan coast two weeks ago will remain on the western part of the Indian Ocean for the next two months.

India sent the naval vessels to Kenya to share experiences in operations and combat threats of maritime terrorism and piracy. In a statement, the Indian High Commission said the warships docked in Mombasa for three days between September 10 and September 13.
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Source: businessdailyafrica.com

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