Japanese army chief visits India’s Eastern Command HQ

Kolkata, May 7 (IANS) Japan’s Chief of Army Staff General Eiji Kimizuka visited the Eastern Command Headquarters at Fort William here Tuesday and discussed issues concerning security and enhancing military ties between the two armies.

General Kimizuka interacted with Eastern Command chief Lt. Gen. Dalbir Singh during his one-day official trip to Kolkata.

“The two discussed issues concerning security, enhancing military ties between the armies and other issues of mutual interest,” according to a defence press release.

General Kimizuka is on a four-day visit to India from Sunday.

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