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35th Edition of India-Thailand (CORPAT) Coordinated Patrol Exercise

The 35th India-Thailand Coordinated Patrol (Indo-Thai CORPAT) between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy took place from May 3 to May 10, 2023. The CORPAT in the Andaman Sea was carried out by the Indian Naval Ship (INS) Kesari, an indigenously built LST (L), and His Thai Majesty’s Ship (HTMS) Saiburi, a Chao Phraya Class Frigate, as well as Maritime Patrol Aircraft from both navies.

Since 2005, the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy have conducted CORPAT bi-annually along the International Maritime Boundary Line (IMBL) to strengthen maritime ties between the two countries and to keep this vital part of the Indian Ocean safe and secure for international trade.

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Significance of CORPAT

CORPAT fosters understanding and interoperability among warships while also facilitating the implementation of measures to prevent and suppress illegal activities such as illegal unreported unregulated (IUU) fishing, drug trafficking, piracy, and armed robbery. It also contributes to operational synergy by exchanging information for the prevention of smuggling and illegal immigration, as well as the execution of Search and Rescue (SAR) missions at sea.

35th Edition of India Thailand CORPAT Coordinated Patrol
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The Indian Navy has been proactively engaging with countries in the Indian Ocean Region to improve regional maritime security as part of the Government of India’s vision of SAGAR (Security and Growth for All in the Region). Bilateral and multilateral exercises, Coordinated Patrols, Joint EEZ Surveillance, and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief (HADR) activities have all contributed to this. The Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy have a close and friendly connection that spans a wide range of activities and contacts and has become stronger through time. The 35th Indo-Thai CORPAT is another milestone in the Indian Navy’s efforts to strengthen interoperability and establish strong friendship ties between India and Thailand.

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