The Olympic Games are going to be held in Tokyo (Capital of Japan) from 24 July to 9 August next year. In such a situation, the Indian Army is giving training to the soldiers of Japan to protect this event from the threat of any attacks.
General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Indian Army is on a tour of Japan these days. At the same time, to make Tokyo Olympics safe, the Indian Army and the Japanese Army are increasing mutual cooperation to deal with the threat of any attack.
On Dec 4, Defense Minister Kono received a courtesy call from General Bipin Rawat, Chief of the Army Staff, Indian Army.#JMOD/#JSDF will continue to enhance defense cooperation with India which shares universal values and builds “special strategic global partnership” with Japan. pic.twitter.com/Sqz0S5vvmV— Japan Ministry of Defense/Self-Defense Forces (@ModJapan_en) December 4, 2019
Sources in the Indian Army said, “As part of the cooperation, Indian soldiers trained Japanese soldiers during the Joint Dharma Guardian exercise in October to deal specifically with the attack situation.”
Many intelligence agencies around the world have issued warnings about the possibility of attacks during the Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo.
The Indian Army has a long experience in dealing with these types of activities in Kashmir and Northeast. The benefit of this experience of the Indian Army has been availed by the armies of many countries in the world in many war games and drills.