defense: General Naravane visits the Tsahal headquarters; briefing on the multi-domain concept and strength building
General MM Naravane #COAS visited the Israel Defense Forces #IDF headquarters and received a nuanced briefing on the multidomain concept and force building. #COAS also attended a #IDF technical demonstration and exchanged a sign of appreciation, “the Indian military tweeted. .
General Naravane also visited the Indian cemetery in Haifa, a coastal city in northern Israel, where he paid tribute to the brave Indian soldiers who sacrificed their lives during World War I to free the city from Ottoman rule in what most war historians consider it “the last great cavalry campaign in history”.
“General MM Naravane #COAS visited the Indian cemetery of #Haifa, # Israel and paid tribute to the #Bravehearts of #IndianArmy who made the supreme sacrifice in WWI,” he said in another tweet.
The Indian Army commemorates September 23 as Haifa Day annually to honor the three courageous Indian cavalry regiments – Mysore, Hyderabad and Jodhpur Lancers – who helped liberate Haifa following frantic cavalry action. by the 15th Imperial Service Cavalry Brigade.
On Tuesday, the head of the Indian army visited Israel’s northern border where he was briefed on aspects of land and border management by the Israel Defense Forces.
General Naravane on Monday met with Major General Tamir Yadai, head of the IDF’s land forces, and discussed ways to strengthen bilateral military cooperation. operations.
His inaugural five-day visit to Israel comes weeks after Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Defense Secretary Ajay Kumar visited Tel Aviv.
In August, then Chief of the Air Staff, Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria also paid a four-day visit to Israel.
During the visit, General Naravane “will meet with the country’s senior military and civilian leaders where he will discuss ways to further strengthen Indo-Israel defense relations,” the Indian military said in a statement.
He will advance the “excellent” bilateral defense cooperation between Israel and India through multiple meetings with senior security establishment officials and exchange views on various defense-related issues, he said. he adds.
In view of the growing bilateral defense relationship, India and Israel agreed last month to form a working group to develop a 10-year strategy to identify new areas of collaboration in the defense sector.