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Bangladesh Navy ship arrives at Sri Lankan port on goodwill visit

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  1. Gonjo

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    Oct 21, Colombo: Sri Lanka Navy, in accordance with naval traditions, welcomed a Bangladesh naval ship arrived at the Port of Colombo Tuesday.
    The Bangladesh naval ship "Abu Bakr" arrived at the Port of Colombo on Tuesday 20th October 2015 on a four-day goodwill visit, the Navy said.
    The ship was welcomed on arrival by the officials from the High Commission of Bangladesh and the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions.
    The Commanding Officer of the ship, Captain Mohammad Mahmudul Malek paid a courtesy call on the Commander Western Naval Area, Rear Admiral Jayantha De Silva at the Western Naval Command Headquarters in Colombo Tuesday. They held cordial discussions and exchanged mementos as a gesture of goodwill.
    The ship's crew is scheduled to take part in a friendly basketball match at the Welisara Naval base to show their solidarity and enhance the long standing friendship. Fifty Sri Lanka Navy personnel will be welcomed onboard on the 2nd day of the ship's stay in Sri Lanka.
    The visiting ship will stay in Sri Lanka until 23rd October.

    Source: Sri Lanka : Bangladesh Navy ship arrives at Sri Lankan port on goodwill visit
     
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    Bangladesh Naval Ship “Abu Bakr” arrives at Colombo Port

    Written by Dilshan Wijegunasekera

    21 October 2015

    Sri Lanka
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    (Colombo, Lankapuvath) - Sri Lanka Navy (SLN), in accordance with naval traditions, welcomed a Bangladesh Naval ship "Abu Bakr" arrived at the Port of Colombo, Tuesday (20) on a four-day goodwill visit, the Navy said.



    The ship was welcomed on arrival by the officials from the High Commission of Bangladesh and the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions.

    The Commanding Officer of the ship, Captain Mohammad Mahmudul Malek paid a courtesy call on the Commander Western Naval Area, Rear Admiral Jayantha De Silva at the Western Naval Command Headquarters in Colombo Tuesday. They held cordial discussions and exchanged mementos as a gesture of goodwill.

    The ship's crew is scheduled to take part in a friendly basketball match at the Welisara Naval base to show their solidarity and enhance the long standing friendship. Fifty Sri Lanka Navy personnel will be welcomed on-board on the 2nd day of the ship's stay in Sri Lanka.

    The visiting ship will stay in Sri Lanka until 23rd October.

    (Colombo, Lankapuvath) - Sri Lanka Navy (SLN), in accordance with naval traditions, welcomed a Bangladesh Naval ship "Abu Bakr" arrived at the Port of Colombo, Tuesday (20) on a four-day goodwill visit, the Navy said.

    The ship was welcomed on arrival by the officials from the High Commission of Bangladesh and the Sri Lanka Navy in accordance with naval traditions.

    The Commanding Officer of the ship, Captain Mohammad Mahmudul Malek paid a courtesy call on the Commander Western Naval Area, Rear Admiral Jayantha De Silva at the Western Naval Command Headquarters in Colombo Tuesday. They held cordial discussions and exchanged mementos as a gesture of goodwill.

    The ship's crew is scheduled to take part in a friendly basketball match at the Welisara Naval base to show their solidarity and enhance the long standing friendship. Fifty Sri Lanka Navy personnel will be welcomed on-board on the 2nd day of the ship's stay in Sri Lanka.

    The visiting ship will stay in Sri Lanka until 23rd October.
     
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    There needs to be more frequent exchanges and visits such as there..:tup:
     
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    BD ships should visit SL ports often
     
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    Long live Sri Lanka Bangladesh friendship. We need more cooperation between two friendly country. :tup:
     
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    We should increase military cooperation.
    There is a lot of cooperation in Economic side but it should be expanded as well

    On economic side
    by 2013 SL comapnies invested US $292 million in BD while BD companies invested $3Million
    Bangladesh wakes up to Lanka upswing :::DailyFT - Be Empowered
    A Sri Lankan company invested in Bangladesh energy sector this month
    Si Lanka's Laugfs Gas buys Petredec of Bangladesh | Economynext

    Bangladeshi pharmaceuticals companies should invest in SL while Sri Lankan Banks and energy companies invest in BD
     
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    you guys have stopped fighting with the burmese? thank god
     
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    BNS Abu Bakr (F15) is a Type 053H2 (Jianghu III class) vessel of Chinese Navy origin.

    Type 053H2 (NATO codename Jianghu-III)
    Designed on an enlarged Type 053 hull, and displayed European influence. Considered the first "modern" Chinese frigate with airtight cabins, central air conditioning, NBC protection, and integrated combat system (British CTC-1629/Chinese ZKJ-3A). The sonar for Jianghu-III is EH-5, a development of earlier SJD-5 used on Jianghu-II, with integrated circuits replacing transistors. Armed with two four-box missile launchers, carrying YJ-8 or YJ-82 surface-to-surface missiles (SSM), and four Type 79A 100mm guns in two two-gun turrets. Three were in service with the East Sea Fleet in 1997.[20]

    General characteristics
    Displacement:
    • 1,700 tons (empty)
    • 2000+ tons (full)
    Length: 339 feet (103 m)
    Beam: 37 feet (11 m)
    Draft: 10.5 feet (3.2 m)
    Propulsion:
    • 2 × 12E390VA,880 kW (7,885 hp) at 480 rpm
    • 2 shafts
    Speed: 26.5 knots
    Range: 2,700 mi (4,300 km) at 18 knots
    Complement: 300 (27 officers)
    Sensors and processing systems:
    Sonar:
      • SJD-5 medium-frequency sonar
      • SJC-1B reconnaissance sonar
      • SJX-4 communications sonar
    • CTC-1629 combat data system (or Chinese copy ZKJ-3A)
    Radar System:
      • Surface: Type 354 Radar (Eye Shield) 2D , I-band
      • Air Type 517H-1 (Knife Rest) 2D long-range , A-band
      • Navigation: 2 × Racal RM-1290, I-band
      • Fire Control: *Type 352 Radar (Square Tie) surface search fire-control, I-band
      • Type 343 (Wasp Head) fire control radar, G/H-band
      • 2 × Type 341 fire control radar for dual 37 mm AA gun
      • Echo Type 5 (Hull Mounted)
    Electronic warfare & decoys:
    • Data link: HN-900 (Chinese equivalent of Link 11A/B, to be upgraded)
    • Communication: SNTI-240 SATCOM
    • RWD-8 (Jug Pair) intercept EW suite:
      • Type 9230I radar warning receiver
      • Type 651A IFF
    Armament:
    • Missiles:
    • Guns:
      • 2 × Type 79A dual-100 mm gun
      • 4 × Type 76 dual-37 mm AA guns
    • Torpedoes: 6x 324 mm LAS (2 triple) tubes (Type II)
    • 1 × Whitehead A 244S
    • D/C:
      • 2 × DC racks
      • 4 × Type 64 DC projectors
    • Decoys: 2 x Mk-36RBOC 6-barrel decoy rocket launchers

    The connection between ancient Lanka and our East Bengal region goes back to the times of the Pala Kingdom. Pali - the language of Buddhist scriptures and Tripitaka was developed in that time.

    See here (kind of off topic, post #851 - but interesting),

    Beautiful Women from Bangladesh | Page 57
     
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    Bangladesh is trying to ENCIRCLE India with "String of Lungis" Policy!!

    P.S. Any plans to open a Naval base in Lanka?
     
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    we should have more close relation ship with Sri lanka in military
    we have lot to learn
     
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    C'mon Bangal - you have nothing better to contribute than trolling posts?

    How old are you anyways?
     
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    He is a Bihari...
     
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    Lets not give attention to worthless people more attention than they actually deserve, low life self esteem people cry for attention but we shouldnt oblige.
     
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    Oh Thanks. It's interesting that the most vicious posts in this forum come from the really backward states in India. I wonder why....:sarcastic:

    Count on a nice thread to survive for about a minute before idiot Sanghis start posting trolling posts.....such are the number of these pests in India.