Sri Lanka Navy's Offshore Patrol Vessels, SLNS Samudura and SLNS Suranimala have left for India from the port of Trincomalee on Friday to attend a congregation of littoral navies; popularly known as MILAN conducted biennially by Indian Navy. A host of senior naval officers including Deputy Area Commander Eastern Naval Area, Commodore Merril Sudarshana was present on the occasion of ships' departure. Deputy Area Commander extended best wishes to the Commanding Officers and crew members of the two ships. The touring ships comprising a crew of 284 naval personnel including 27 officers and 06 Midshipmen are scheduled to arrive at Visakhapatnam port, India on 06 March.
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