Vladivostok [Russia], October 29 (ANI): The Indo-Russian military Exercise 'Indra-2017' culminated today at Russian port city Vladivostok after eleven days of joint training in counter-terrorism operations.
The joint exercise concluded with a closing ceremony, wherein both the contingents showcased their immense talents with unique traditional touches.
Personnel from the Indian as well as Russian contingents were awarded medals of excellence for their outstanding performance during the exercise.
In the joint tactical exercise, which began on October 19, the two countries conducted training focused on combating terrorism. In the series of bilateral exercises under this banner, the exercise this year focused on conduct of counter under United Nations mandate in a joint service environment.
The exercise also provided an opportunity to both the armies for greater cultural understanding, sharing experiences and strengthening mutual trust and co-operation.
Participants from both the Armed Forces expressed immense satisfaction at the conclusion of the training, in terms of the standards achieved in the validation phase of the training.