Indian Surveillance Network in the Indian Ocean Region

Indian Surveillance Network in the Indian Ocean Region India has plans to establish a surveillance network of 32 Coastal Radar Surveillance (CSR) stations with navigational military radars in Mauritius, Seychelles, Maldives and Sri Lanka. India plans to have eight stations in Seychelles, five of which would be at Mahe and three located in the outer islands. Mauritius will also have eight radar stations, while Maldives will have 10 CSR but the agreement for the same has not been signed so far due to political flux in the archipelago. Maldives is also balancing relations between India and China with the present president Mr Abdullah Yameen showing a distinct preference for Beijing. Sri Lanka has six automatic identification system (AIS) and electro-optical instruments as of now. Other isl...
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