New Delhi (NVI): The second edition of Indo-Uzbekistan Joint Field Training Exercise, EXERCISE DUSTLIK-II, has culminated today, after 10 days of mutual learning, in Ranikhet, Uttarakhand.
After intense military training, the joint exercise concluded with both the Armies exhibiting their combat power and dominance over the terrorist groups during the Validation Exercise, according to a statement issued by the Ministry of Defence.
Furthermore, the closing ceremony showcased the immense talent with a unique traditional touch of both nations.
“The senior officials expressed their satisfaction and gratitude towards the professional conduct of the exercise,” it added.
During the joint exercise, which began on March 10, training was focused on Counter Insurgency / Counter-Terrorism operations in the urban scenarios as well as sharing of expertise on skills at Arms, the statement read.
The exercise also provided an opportunity for troops of both the Armies to foster everlasting professional and social bonding, the defence ministry said.