Indian & Uzbek Troops Perform Heliborne Training During Dustlik 2019


As the ‘Dustlik 2019’ is underway, the India-Uzbekistan joint troops were seen performing a heliborne training exercise on Thursday. This comes as the Indian troops are visiting Uzbekistan for the first time for the Indo-Uzbek Joint Exercise named ‘Dustlik 2019’. The Union Minister of Defence Rajnath Singh attended the curtain raiser event of this joint exercise on November 4 along with his Uzbek counterpart Major General Bakhodir Nizamovich Kurbanov.

The joint military exercise 

India and Uzbekistan’s joint exercise is a 10-day-long drill that is being conducted in Chirchiq Training Area near Tashkent. The drill started on November 4. Read more

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