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DUBAI (PTI): In the framework of the multi-faceted bilateral cooperation, two Indian Navy ships - INS Tabar and INS Aditya - will be making a four-day goodwill visit to Qatar from September 10.

Indian embassy in Doha said the visit is part of the convening of India-Qatar Joint Committee on Defence Cooperation from September 15.

INS Tabar is a part of the state-of-the-art Talwar class ships of the Indian Navy.

INS Aditya is one of Indian Navy's indigenously built Fleet Replenishment Tankers. The ship is commonly referred to as the lifeline of Indian Navy's Western Fleet.

Following the goodwill visit of the ships, Qatar will be hosting the-day meeting of the Joint Committee on Defence Cooperation (JCDC).

JCDC was set up to implement the bilateral agreement on defence cooperation signed in Doha in 2008 during the visit of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to Qatar.

The two governments have also agreed to renew this agreement for a further period of five years.


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