India infiltrated Central Asian sword, China Pakistan Nepal quit military exercises to annoy India

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 India infiltrated Central Asian sword, China Pakistan Nepal quit military exercises to annoy India


In September 2018, the overall security situation in South Asia was relatively stable. Meanwhile, Indias military operations were frequent. On the one hand, India has continuously strengthened its defense cooperation with the United States and expanded its military influence in Central Asia. On the other hand, Made in India plans to make continuous progress in the field of Indian defense industry. India has also made certain breakthroughs in the establishment of a two-tier anti-missile system.

Sri Lanka navy commander is anti submarine warfare expert.

Sirimevan Ranasinghe, Lieutenant General of the Sri Lankan Navy, succeeded Tel Aviv Sinir as the new commander of the Sri Lankan Navy on October 26, 2017. Lanasingha enlisted in the army in November 1982, joined the Sri Lankan Navy and became a cadet at the Naval and Ocean Academy. As a result of his outstanding performance at the school, he won the title of Best Student and was selected to enter the Royal Naval Academy for a one-year further study. Since then, he has received training in the Indian Defense Forces and Staff College, the Pakistan National Defense University and the Indian National Defense College. He is a well-known anti-submarine war expert in the Sri Lankan army.

The picture shows Symwen Ranasinghe.

Ranasingha has a rich history of commanders and staff officers, including the following commanders: serving as deputy commander of the Southern Naval Command in 2008, as commander of the Southern Naval Command in 2012, as commander of the Southern Naval Command in 2013-2014, as commander of the Western Naval Command, as Navy Chief of Staff in 2015, as commander of the Coast Guard in 2016. The resumes of the staff include the dean of the Navy and the Academy of Maritime Affairs, the director of the Naval Operations Service, the director of the Naval Equipment Service, the director of the Maritime Special Forces Service and the director of the Naval Planning Service. In addition, Ranasingha served as commander of several Sri Lankan naval vessels, including the captain of the Samudura patrol ship and the captain of the fourth fast attack vessel squadron.

The United States takes the intelligence sharing card to win over India.

In Trumps Indo-Pacific Strategy, India is regarded as a key role to play a pivotal role. Based on the growing strategic consensus between the two countries, the defense cooperation between the two countries has been gradually deepened and strengthened. The recent 2+2 talks (both foreign ministers and defense ministers) marked a step forward in bilateral defense cooperation. A new step. On September 6, the first 2 + 2 talks between the United States and India, which had been postponed several times, were successfully held in New Delhi because of Indias planned procurement of S-400 air defense missile systems from Russia. The two countries agreed to establish a hotline and sign the Communications Compatibility and Security Agreement. The two is to strengthen counter-terrorism cooperation, and the two countries agree to jointly deal with the threat of terrorism. The three is mutual strategic support. The two sides agree to jointly promote the materialization of the India Pacific strategy.

The picture shows Sita Raman, Minister of defense of India.

Among them, the signing of the communication compatibility and security protocol is the most attracting concern. The agreement allows the Indian Army to access the U.S. communications network by using high-end encrypted communications facilities on U.S. equipment to ensure the connectivity of U.S. and Indian military forces, and to achieve U.S. -Indian data sharing in command, control, communications, computer intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. The signing of this agreement is regarded as a landmark progress in military and security cooperation between the two countries, and it also provides a legal framework for the United States to export communications security equipment to India. The agreement will form the basic framework of future US-Indian defense cooperation with the Memorandum of Agreement on Logistics Exchange and the Unsigned Agreement on Basic Exchange and Cooperation in Geospatial Cooperation, which will enable the two sides to trade in defense equipment, participate in military exercises and enhance common strategic interests. There is a basis for every aspect. In addition, the two sides also agreed to expand the scope of military exercises, so far only between the navy to expand military exercises to the ground and air force, and agreed to hold the first joint military exercises in Indias east coast in 2019.

India infiltrated Central Asia to deploy military power to defend China and Pakistan

From September 10 to 23, the Indian Army and the Kazakh Army held a joint KAZIND-2018 exercise in the Otar region of Kazakhstan. The Indian side participated in the Armys 5th Ladak Reconnaissance Regiment and the Khazakh side participated in the Armys 85395 Base Force. The two armies conducted joint training, joint operations deduction and joint tactical exercises with the background of urban operations. It is reported that the exercise is the third joint military exercise of India and Kazakhstan, the last exercise was held in India last year. The Indian Defense Ministry said: Holding joint military exercises will create the foundation for closer defense cooperation between China and Kazakhstan, and will be conducive to strengthening relations between the two countries.

The picture shows a joint exercise between India and Kazakhstan forces.

In recent years, India has steadily strengthened its military presence and expanded its influence in Central Asia. In addition to holding joint exercises with Kazakhstan and other Central Asian countries, India has also built military bases in Tajikistan and deployed 12 fighter planes. The closure of US military bases in Central Asia in 2014 has made India the second largest foreign military force in Central Asia except Russia. Indias move is aimed not only at enhancing its voice in Central Asian affairs, but also at militarily deterring China and Pakistan. On the one hand, Indias expansion of its military presence in Central Asia and its establishment of military bases will pose a serious threat to Pakistans rear side and increase its asymmetric advantage over Pakistan, on the other hand, it will squeeze Chinas economic, political and military influence in Central Asia and make the throat of the economic corridor between China and Pakistan. The position is under direct threat from India.

From September 10 to 16, the first BIMSTEC military exercise, led by India, was held in the western Indian city of Puna with the participation of seven countries, including India, Nepal and Bangladesh. It is noteworthy that Prime Minister Oli of Nepal, dissatisfied with the militarization of the BIMSTEC summit cooperation, decided to withdraw from the military exercises, only as an observer to attend.

Meanwhile, the second China-Nepal Everest Friendship anti-terrorism exercise was held in Chengdu from September 17 to 28, following the BIMSTEC military exercise. Although the Nepalese side sent only about 20 soldiers to attend, the Indian media have said that this will put India in an embarrassing situation and is a humiliation to India, former Indian foreign secretary Hibarr even said, Nepal may pay a price in the face of future crisis situation.

Indias manufacturing force has strong anti missile capability.

After Modi took office, he actively promoted the Made in India program in various fields, including the defense industry. India plans to become one of the five largest military equipment and platform manufacturers in the world in the next 10 years. In signing agreements with foreign arms dealers on the procurement of weapons and equipment such as fighter planes and submarines, India will attach the precondition of manufacturing in India. Driven by this strategy and policy, made in India has made continuous progress in the field of national defense industry. On September 2, India successfully tested the first batch of Russian mango 125mm tank ammunition licensed for production in the country and began to put it into force. From 13 to 15 September, India successfully tested the home-grown Korean K9-Vajra-T self-propelled howitzer, designed for combat in arid areas (such as the desert areas bordering India and Pakistan), equipped with a 155 mm/52 caliber main gun with advanced nuclear, chemical and biological weapons detection capabilities, and equipped with GP. S system and navigation system as well as automatic loader. According to the plan, Indian artillery will receive 100 locally produced howitzers, so far, the Indian army has received 10 and will soon get the remaining 90.

The picture shows K9-Vajra-T type self propelled howitzer.

India successfully implemented the high altitude antimissile interception test at night and made significant progress in the establishment of the double layer anti missile system. On the night of September 23, India test-fired a PDV Earth interceptor missile off the coast of Odyssey and successfully hit the target. Prior to this, India successfully test-fired an AAD Advanced Air Defense interceptor in March 2017 and successfully hit the target. PDV missiles are mainly used to intercept high altitude above 50 km away from the ground and target targets outside the atmosphere. The AAD missile is mainly aimed at the target in the atmosphere, and the interception height is 15 to 30 kilometers. The successful implementation of the PDV anti-missile interception test marks Indias significant progress in building a two-tier anti-missile system. In addition, one of the highlights of this anti-missile interception test is that it was carried out at night, indicating that Indias anti-missile organization capability has been improved all-weather. Indias Defense Purchasing Commission approved a total of 91 billion rupees ($1.3 billion) of weapons and equipment procurement plan on September 18, including the procurement of the Akash upgraded surface-to-air missile system and the design and development of T-90 tank-man underwater breathing apparatus. It is reported that this kind of underwater breathing system is a special safety equipment for tank crew to escape when the tank is in danger of wading. In addition, the Defense Purchasing Commission approved a procurement programme for the design, development and procurement of T-90 tank guidance weapon system test equipment. (author / Li Yanbin): the source of this article: Reference News Editor: Zou yuan _NBJS7274

India successfully implemented the high altitude antimissile interception test at night and made significant progress in the establishment of the double layer anti missile system. On the night of September 23, India test-fired a PDV Earth interceptor missile off the coast of Odyssey and successfully hit the target. Prior to this, India successfully test-fired an AAD Advanced Air Defense interceptor in March 2017 and successfully hit the target. PDV missiles are mainly used to intercept high altitude above 50 km away from the ground and target targets outside the atmosphere. The AAD missile is mainly aimed at the target in the atmosphere, and the interception height is 15 to 30 kilometers. The successful implementation of the PDV anti-missile interception test marks Indias significant progress in building a two-tier anti-missile system. In addition, one of the highlights of this anti-missile interception test is that it was carried out at night, indicating that Indias anti-missile organization capability has been improved all-weather.

Indias Defense Purchasing Commission approved a total of 91 billion rupees ($1.3 billion) of weapons and equipment procurement plan on September 18, including the procurement of the Akash upgraded surface-to-air missile system and the design and development of T-90 tank-man underwater breathing apparatus. It is reported that this kind of underwater breathing system is a special safety equipment for tank crew to escape when the tank is in danger of wading. In addition, the Defense Purchasing Commission approved a procurement programme for the design, development and procurement of T-90 tank guidance weapon system test equipment. (author / Li Yanbin)