The first trilateral naval exercises of Iran, Russia, and China will be held in the framework of boosting international trade security in the north of Indian Ocean and Oman Sea.

Iran Press/Iran News: Spokesman of the Iranian Armed Forces Brigadier General Abolfazl Shekarchi told reporters on Wednesday that Iran will hold a joint naval exercise with China and Russia starting on December 27 and lasting for 4 days.

He added that the naval exercise is aimed at boosting international trade, as well as Search and Rescue (SAR) operations.

"Exchange of experiences aimed at countering terrorism and piracy are among the goals of the three countries from the joint naval exercise," he underlined. 

Iran has always been concerned with maritime security and within this framework, the Iranian Navy's forces have been active in various maritime areas.

Combating Terrorism and Piracy is the main objective of the Iranian Navy's mission in sending troops to international waters. These forces play an important role in establishing maritime security for international trade through international waterways. 

The north of the Indian Ocean and the Oman Sea is One of the most important areas for international maritime trade and establishing security in this region has always been a matter of concern to different countries.

The north of the Indian Ocean and the Oman Sea

In the same context, Iran, Russia and China will begin joint naval exercises in the next two days with two particularly important tasks of "maritime security" and "maritime relief."

All three countries have common maritime experiences and holding the joint naval exercises and sharing the experiences would further enhance the maritime security in the strategic region.


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