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‘Big Jod’ joins the Japan International Boat Parade

‘Big Jod’ joins the Japan International Boat Parade On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Marine Self-Defense Committee

On November 6, in Japan, Admiral Choengchai Chomchoengphaet, Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Navy (Commander of the Royal Thai Navy) and his team attended an international naval parade ceremony. (International Fleet Review :IFR) 2022 in Yokohama Japan at the invitation of the Commander of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force On the occasion of the 70th anniversary of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force with the warships of the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force and Navy of other nations of 12 countries participated in the naval parade. A total of 38 ships and the Prime Minister of Japan presided over the ceremony aboard JS Izumo (DDH-183). also participated in this parade.

During the boat parade The host held bilateral discussions. to strengthen the relationship between Navy of various countries who participated in the activities in the part of Admiral Chomchai Chom Chom Chomphaet There were discussions with the Commander-in-Chief of the Royal Thai Air Force in various countries as follows: 1. Admiral Michael Gilday, Commander-in-Chief of the United States of America; 2. Lt. Gen. Mark Hammond, Commander-in-Chief of Australia; 3. RAC Lt. Gen. Mohammad Shaheen Iqbal, Commander-in-Chief of the Bangladeshi Army 4. Pol. Lt. Gen. Dato Seri Pahlawan Spry Bin Haji Serudi, Commander-in-Chief of Brunei Darussalam By discussing with the friendship of the negotiators Each side will bring the issues discussed together into practice.

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