Employees of the three jobs from the two countries are being trained in the form of three jobs, which are in high demand by the two countries so far. Following the announcement in May 2021 by President Modi and Johnson on the India-UK road map 2030.
The United Kingdom’s Carrier Konkan Strike Group (CSG), led by HMS Queen Elizabeth, is also participating in the event.
Physical training is another step in strengthening security and bonds and strengthening unity in the Indo-Pacific region. This event provides an opportunity for the democratic forces to look ahead, work together with confidence, and uphold our commitment to peace and security.
First Sea Lord Admiral and Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Tony Radakin said:
CSG’s partnership with India reflects the depth of professional cooperation. India and the Royal Navy are blue, fast-moving ships, which puts us in a special category. Our growing partnership is a sign of a system of constitutional sharing, a belief in the importance of free trade, and the importance of greater maritime freedom – a right granted to all nations.
Defence Adviser at the British High Commission, Gavin Thompson, said:
Strong ties with India were an important pillar of British settlement in the Indo-Pacific region. Modi Director and Johnson agreed to work in a confined space for our safety and well-being. Konkan Shakti will not only strengthen the unity of our forces but will also strengthen the living bridge that unites the people of our two greatest powers.
Konkan Shakti’s training session started on May 21 and ended on May 27. The UK is the only third country in India to receive three-service training.
The event follows two days of CSG and Indian Navy in July, followed by Konkan training on the British coast in August and Ajeya Warrior training between the two troops earlier this month.
CSG operates in this area as part of a six-month operation in the Indo-Pacific. The opening of the CSG will travel 26,000 miles, visiting more than 40 countries. Pictures/photos of CSG21 can be downloaded here.
With 65,000 tons, HMS Queen Elizabeth is the largest ship ever built in the UK. He controls six Royal Navy ships, a Royal Navy ship, a U.S. Navy. It has five lightweight F-35B aircraft with a lot of features. They work closely with the Royal Air Force, the Royal Navy, and the US Marine Corps.