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Support Agreement Military

After signing the logistics agreement with France in 2018, Indian warships and military aircraft can use the French base in Djibouti, in the Horn of Africa or the French territory of the Reunion Islands in the Indian Ocean, for a rapid “conversion” of their assets.3 A logistics agreement with Russia would allow the Indian Navy access to Arctic seaports. 2000. which, in the future, will probably be ice-free for a long time due to global warming. In addition to extending the range of Indian warships, these agreements provide for additional operational flexibility for the Indian Navy`s long-range maritime patrol (LRMP) aircraft. The Indian Navy owns the extremely powerful Boeing P8I acquired in 2013. The aircraft has a large number of advanced weapons and sensors capable of attacking both superficial and underground targets. With a range of 1200 nm (four hours of deployment) and a speed of 789 km/h, India`s aircraft is the “first line of defence”4 Logistical agreements with partner countries thus facilitate, as agreed, the landing and refuelling of these aircraft on a reciprocal basis, thus considerably expanding their deployment. The agreements with Australia and Russia will be largely modeled on the United States, while the agreement with Japan is a broader agreement for defense cooperation, including logistics, a second official said. This agreement is similar to the four other logistics agreements signed by India with partner countries, namely the Logistics Exchange Memorandum of Understanding (LEMOA) with the United States (United States) in August 2016, the Concerning Mutual Coordination, Logistics and Services Support Implementation Agreement with Singapore in June 2018, the Agreement on the Provision of Mutual Logistics Support between the Armed Forces and France in March 2018. on the extension of logistical support to the other`s navy with the Republic of Korea (ROK) in September 2019. .

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