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India and France participated in the largest naval exercise

India and France took part in their biggest naval exercise in the Indian Ocean on Friday. Actually, India and France are worried about the growing economic impact of China and its territorial claims that create tension in the South China Sea.

India and France hold biggest naval exercises with one eye on China- India TV

From the French plane: India and France took part in their biggest naval exercise in the Indian Ocean on Friday. Actually, India and France are worried about the growing economic impact of China and its territorial claims that create tension in the South China Sea. Rear Admiral Olivier Lebas, who commanded the French fleet, said, "We think that we can bring more stability in this area, which is strategically important, and in particular there are a lot of betting on international business is.''

Most of the business is done through the sea between Asia and Europe and Western Asia. The Charles de Gaulle, which is part of the 17th annual maneuvers, on the coast of the state of Goa, is one of the 12 warships and submarines. Six-six warships and submarines from both countries are participating in it.France officials say that this exercise is the most comprehensive practice of this campaign which began in 2001. India's traditional dominance in the Indian Ocean is facing the increasing pressure of China. China has deployed warships and submarines in this area, whereas 'Belt and Road Initiative' has created a large network of commercial infrastructure, which India has Have strong opposition.

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