Bangladesh in Japan’s Free and Open Indo Pacific Strategy

Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) ships visit Bangladesh Chattogram port in a bid to reinforce Prime Minister Abe’s vision of Free and Open Indo Pacific.

The Director General ISPR Bangladesh indicated that two Ships of Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force (JMSDF) JS BUNGO and JS TAKASHIMA arrived at Chattogram port on Sunday (06-10-2019) on a three-day goodwill visit.

officers and sailors of the ships at the port. Earlier, Bangladesh Navy Ship ‘DURJOY’ welcomed the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force ships soon after it reached in Bangladesh territory of the Bay of Bengal.

During the stay in Bangladesh, the Captains of the ships and the delegation team from Japan Embassy will meet with Chattogram City Corporation Mayor, Commander Chattogram Naval Area, Commander of BN Fleet and Chairman of Chattogram Port Authority. Besides, as part of the tour, the officers and sailors of the ships will visit BNS ‘SOMUDRO JOY’, Bangladesh Naval Academy, School of Maritime Warfare and Tactics (SMWT), BNS SHAHEED MOAZZAM Naval Base, School of Children with special needs BN AsharAlo run by the Navy and various historical areas of Chattogram........................


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