The Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force will conduct a joint exercise with the Sri Lankan Navy in the Indian Ocean for four days through Sunday, Jiji Press reported. With the drill, Japan aims to strengthen its cooperation with Sri Lanka, located near an important sea lane for the transportation of crude oil from the Middle East. In addition, Japan apparently intends to send a warning to China, which is increasing its maritime presence in the region, sources familiar with the situation said. In the exercise, Sri Lankan Navy officers will board the MSDF destroyer Kaga to share know-how on rescue operations and humanitarian assistance. They will also observe training by the MSDF.
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