Indian Army Helps Japanese Army Practice Counter-terrorism Skills Ahead Of Tokyo Olympics

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Recently the Indian Army extended help to the Japanese Army in a joint operation where both sides practised their military skills in hypothetical situations to counter-terrorism operations and tackle any challenges that could likely come their way during the Tokyo Olympics scheduled to be held next year.

The 2020 Summer Olympics, next year is all set to take place in Tokyo from July 24 to August 9, 2020, with preliminary events in some sports beginning on July 22. The joint exercise between the armies of the two countries was called ‘Dharma Guardian-2’ and was held in Vairangate of Mizoram and Silchar of Assam in October this year. Read More

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