New Delhi, June 3 (IANS) Indian Army vice chief Lt. Gen. A.S. Lamba will go on a four-day visit to Poland from Saturday to explore opportunities to expand defence ties, an officer said here Friday.
Lamba’s visit assumes significance in the light of India’s diversifying defence relations with Poland, given its expertise in military technology and it being viewed as a potentially important defence partner, the senior army officer said.
During the visit, the army vice chief will interact with senior Polish military officials and also visit important defence establishments.
‘The visit by the second senior-most officer of the Indian Army is expected to give added impetus to existing defence ties between the two countries,’ he said.
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