India's Snub To U.S.' Anti-Houthi Force? New Delhi Says Not Part Of Any Red Sea Treaty | Watch | Hindustan Times
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India's Snub To U.S.' Anti-Houthi Force? New Delhi Says Not Part Of Any Red Sea Treaty | Watch

India is not part of the U.S.-led task force to counter Houthi attacks in the Red Sea, Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said on December 29. New Delhi, however, has increased its surveillance in the Indian Ocean region. India has deployed five warships and a multi-mission aircraft to the Arabian Sea after an attack on a Mangaluru-bound ship. INS Kolkata, INS Chennai, INS Kochi, INS Mormugao and INS Visakhapatnam along with Boeing 8-PI multi-mission aircraft are guarding the sea lanes.

 
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