Indian navy ship Gomati arrives in Maldives

Indian navy ship Gomati arrived in the Maldives yesterday, according to the Maldives National Defence Force (MNDF).

The INS Gomati would be taking part in a joint surveillance patrol of the Maldives’ Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) from March 11 to 16, MNDF said in a statement.

It added that MNDF coastguard vessels would also be involved in the patrol.

Indian naval vessels have routinely conducted joint surveillance and anti-piracy patrols with the MNDF coastguard.

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3 thoughts on “Indian navy ship Gomati arrives in Maldives”

  1. is this a news worth to write in Minivan ? Or Minivan is trying to give a threatening message to public on then eve of Nasheed's verdict

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  2. What's the matter, Hero?

    You seem... frightened.

    What, is the Indian Navy able to track drug trafficker boats that well? Hahahah!

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  3. @Maldvian.
    We are not afraid and we were not afraid when Nasheed threaten us to obey his rule or else to face the consequences. We stood agains Nasheed evils and we won.

    We were not afraid to get rid of GMR either. We will not give any room for the corrupt illegal occupation of our airport by GMR.

    We will not allow Nasheed to sell our sourverign rights to a foreign country .

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