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    Colombo, Nov.11 (ANI): A 20-member military delegation of the Army War College of India is currently visiting Sri Lanka on a familiarization tour, the Sri Lankan Army said.

    Led by Brigadier J.S Sandhu, a Directing Staff at Higher Command Wing, Army War College of India, the delegation includes four senior officers.

    They called on Chief of Army Staff, Lieutenant General Daya Ratnayake, at the Army Headquarters on Monday, reports the Colombo Page.

    Lieutenant General Ratnayake expressed Sri Lanka Army's gratitude for the training opportunities that have been made available to Sri Lankan servicemen in Indian Training Institutes.

    "It is the Indian Army that provides more than 80 percent of overseas training opportunities to the Sri Lankan Armed Forces, for which we are grateful," he said.

    He added that there are still about 1,000 officers who have not yet received training in India.

    Brigadier Sandhu praised the standards of the Sri Lankan Army and told Lt. Gen. Ratnayake that Indian Armed Forces are using Sri Lankan experiences in the warfare in their training modules and other programs.

    Brigadier Sandhu assured that the Indian Army would do everything possible to further promote sound relations between both organizations. (ANI with inputs)

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    After training their army of cunts they betray us.Total tossers.