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Royal Bhutan Army team visits South Western Command

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JAIPUR (PTI): A six-member delegation of Royal Bhutan Army has visited Indian Army's South Western Command and discussed issues of mutual interest and cooperation.

The delegation headed by Goonglan Gongma, Chief Operations Officer, held discussions with South Western Army Commander Lt Gen Sarath Chand on 12th May, a release said.

Besides attending a cultural programme, they also visited City palace, Jantar Mantar and Amber fort before returning to Bhutan.

The visit is expected to enhance and strengthen the already existing close friendship and cooperation between the Royal Bhutan Army and the Indian Armed forces.


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