IND-INDO CORPAT Between The Indian Navy And The Indonesian Navy

India Indonesia Coordinated patrol


India and Indonesia have been carrying out CORPATs twice a year since 2002.

The aim of the CORPAT is to keep this vital part of the IOR safe and secure for commercial shipping, international trade and conduct of legitimate maritime activities.

CORPATs help build understanding and interoperability between navies and facilitate institution of measures to prevent and suppress Illegal Unreported Unregulated (IUU) fishing, drug trafficking, maritime terrorism, armed robbery, and piracy.


Indian Naval ship Karmuk, an indigenously built Missile Corvette along with L-58 (indigenously built Landing Craft Utility vessel) and Dornier Maritime Patrol Aircraft will be participating in the Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT).

KRI Cut Nyak Dien, a Kapitan Pattimura Class Corvette, would represent the Indonesian side.

The CORPAT will be executed along the IMBL (International Maritime Border Line).

As a part of Government of India’s vision of SAGAR (Security and Growth for All in the Region), the Naval Component under the aegis of HQ ANC (Andaman & Nicobar Command) undertakes coordinated patrols with other littoral countries of the Andaman Sea along respective Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ)  towards enhancing regional maritime security. 

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