• BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

    A United Nations tribunal delivered its verdict on 7 July on India and Bangladesh's maritime boundaries in the Bay of Bengal, awarding nearly four-fifth of the 25,000 sq km of the exclusive economic zone to Bangladesh. The verdict, binding on both countries, opens the way for Bangladesh to explore for oil and gas in the Bay of Bengal, and ends a dispute over a sea border with India that has ruffled ties between the neighbours.

    published: 13 Jul 2014
  • Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

    How is Bangladesh benefiting from the recent judgment on the maritime boundary dispute with Myanmar? How much will Bangladesh benefit from India? What potential for profit is there from our newly outlined part of the sea, and are we ready to take advantage? Will the government be taking measures to reach the underwater oil and gas? In studio guests: Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rear Admiral Md Khurshed Alam, Engineer Enamul Haque, and Nur Mohammad

    published: 29 Mar 2012
  • Jamuna tv News-Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

    News Affairs # 179

    published: 09 Feb 2017
  • Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

    A live discussion in ETV just after ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

    published: 07 Jul 2012
  • Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

    সময়টা সম্ভবতঃ ২০০৯সাল। ভারত-মিয়ানমারের সাথে তখনো মিটেনি আমাদের সমুদ্র সীমা বিরোধ। সমুদ্রসীমা বিরোধ নিয়ে একটি সেমিনারের আয়োজন করে চট্টগ্রাম বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের আইন অনুষদ। শিরোনাম ‘দ্যা প্রবলেম ডিলিমিটেশন অফ বাংলাদেশ মেরিটাইম বাউন্ডারীজ উইথ ইন্ডিয়া এন্ড মায়ানমার’।

    published: 13 Apr 2016
  • Bangladesh-Myanmar sea limits verdict

    Bangladesh-Myanmar sea limits verdict http://www.myanmartalk.com

    published: 17 Mar 2012
  • ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 Flash Mob International Maritime Academy IMA YouTube

    published: 04 May 2016
  • Bangladesh to buy 24 Russian fighter jets

    Bangladesh to buy 24 Russian fighter jets Bangladesh has placed an order to buy 24 Russian Yak-130 light fighter jets worth $800 million, Russian news agency RIA Novosti has reported. When contacted with the Bangladesh foreign ministry, a diplomat also confirmed that the order had been placed. The planes are to be fitted with English-language cockpits and delivery is scheduled to begin next year. The Yak-130 is a lightweight subsonic trainer aircraft designed to replicate the cockpit and handling capabilities of Russia’s more advanced fighters. The plane can also be configured to carry a small payload of ground attack and air-to-air weapons. Bangladesh signed a $1bn defence loan deal with Russia last year to buy arms from the country at a 4.5% interest rate. Meanwhile, IHS Jane defe...

    published: 04 Mar 2017
  • Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

    Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft Bangladesh has vowed to buy a squadron of new fighters and has resumed efforts to purchase two maritime patrol aircraft. Planning minister A K Khandker, a former chief of air staff at the Bangladesh air force, told the country's parliament that the government plans to buy a squadron of new fighters, plus an air-defence radar system. Khandker says the nation is also in the process of buying two maritime patrol aircraft, as well as two helicopters for peacekeeping missions. The government aims to make all the purchases during the current fiscal year, he adds. Industry sources say Bangladesh's navy issued the maritime patrol tender in 2009, and note that this follows a previous failed attempt launched in 2004. The...

    published: 17 Mar 2017
  • Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

    published: 28 Feb 2012
  • International Maritime Academy TVC-2014

    Why not you

    published: 20 Oct 2014
  • Mig 35 Russia For Bangladesh Air Force

    Mig-35 Russia For Bangladesh Air Force ?? issues Tender for 8 Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA) Seems tailored made for Mig-35 Bangladesh Air Force has issued a tender to procure 08 x Multi-Role Combat Aircraft(MRCA) in the financial year 2017-18 with an option for additional 04 aircraft in future.BAF plans to employ these Fighter aircraft for Air Defence role, Offensive Counter Air Operations role, Anti-Surface Force role and Maritime Air Operations role to assist Bangladesh Army and Bangladesh Navy. A quick look at the tender documents suggests Technical requirements attached with the tender is tailored made for Russia to respond with the recently introduced Mig-35. Tender documents ask for Twin engined fighter aircraft having a ferry range of minimum 2500 km with external drop tank ...

    published: 09 Mar 2017
  • Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

    Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters Bangladesh Navy (BN) has issued a tender to procure two new maritime helicopters that can be used for anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface vessel warfare (ASuW), over-the-horizon targeting (OTHT). The navy also wants the helicopter to be used for operations such as maritime search and rescue (MSAR), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), and Special Forces missions. Moreover, the service is expected to be delivered in coming months. The BN has stipulated that the new helicopters should have provision for 7.62 mm and/or 12.7 mm machine guns (either podded or door-mounted); as well as the ability to carry depth charges, air-to-surface missiles, and torpedoes. The selected platforms are to be inducted in f...

    published: 25 Feb 2017
  • International Maritime Law, the history

    How we try to prevent maritime accidents by http://www.maritime-mea.com. A crash course of the history on international maritime rules and regulations , how maritime accidents spawned the different conventions and how these conventions turn into international and national law. The IMO ( international maritime organization) and the origins of conventions like Solas and Marpol are mentioned. But also Class Societies like DNV-GL, BV, Lloyds Register will pass the revue. The video will be displayed on the website of Maritime-MEA including the text.

    published: 21 May 2014
  • UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) Admiral hands over Command

    “My heart is pounding like the rain today, because I had a very special year, both at the professional and personal level.” This is how Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro, the outgoing Brazilian Commander of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) described his feeling as he was passing on his duties to his successor. On 26 February 2014 Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro handed over the command of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force to Rear Admiral Walter Eduardo Bombarda aboard the frigate “Liberal” (Brazil) in the presence of Head of Mission and Force Commander Major-General Paolo Serra, representatives from the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF), along with diplomats and officers from various UNIFIL’s Battalions. “Since the start of its operations in October 2006, the MTF has...

    published: 16 Mar 2016
  • এবার চায়না থেকে আসছে ২টি হেভি মিসাইল ফ্রিগেট Bangladesh Navy New Missile Frigate | Navy BD Ships

    Bangladesh Navy New Ship-2017 Update: Two Chinese Navy multirole frigates will be inducted by Bangladesh Navy in 2018. Maybe Type 053H3 or Type 054 are coming to BN. Bangladesh increasing its naval fire power faster to protect total 118,813 square km of sea waters. China helping Bangladesh to build a formidable navy in the Bay of Bengal. Watch more about BN frigate purchase https://youtu.be/_GdQg-tTN4g Bangladesh seeks more modern air-defence frigates and capable littoral combat warships. And those ships should be built locally in Khulna Shipyard and or in Chittagong Dry Dock Limited. This will give commercial off-set to Bangladesh. Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DefenseUpdateBangladesh/ In future Bangladesh Navy will be the second largest powerful navy with large ...

    published: 13 Jun 2017
BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

BAGLADESH OFFSHORE GAS BLOCK

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A United Nations tribunal delivered its verdict on 7 July on India and Bangladesh's maritime boundaries in the Bay of Bengal, awarding nearly four-fifth of the 25,000 sq km of the exclusive economic zone to Bangladesh. The verdict, binding on both countries, opens the way for Bangladesh to explore for oil and gas in the Bay of Bengal, and ends a dispute over a sea border with India that has ruffled ties between the neighbours.
https://wn.com/Bagladesh_Offshore_Gas_Block
Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

Ajker Bangladesh: Maritime Boundary Rights - 28 Mar 2012

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  • Updated: 29 Mar 2012
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How is Bangladesh benefiting from the recent judgment on the maritime boundary dispute with Myanmar? How much will Bangladesh benefit from India? What potential for profit is there from our newly outlined part of the sea, and are we ready to take advantage? Will the government be taking measures to reach the underwater oil and gas? In studio guests: Additional Secretary to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Rear Admiral Md Khurshed Alam, Engineer Enamul Haque, and Nur Mohammad
https://wn.com/Ajker_Bangladesh_Maritime_Boundary_Rights_28_Mar_2012
Jamuna tv News-Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

Jamuna tv News-Bangladesh India Maritime dispute solved

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  • Updated: 09 Feb 2017
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Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

Dr Salim Mahmud- ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute

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  • Updated: 07 Jul 2012
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A live discussion in ETV just after ITLOS Verdict on Bangladesh-Myanmar Maritime Boundary Dispute
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Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

Bangladesh Maritime Boundaries With Myanmar & India: Seminar

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  • Updated: 13 Apr 2016
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সময়টা সম্ভবতঃ ২০০৯সাল। ভারত-মিয়ানমারের সাথে তখনো মিটেনি আমাদের সমুদ্র সীমা বিরোধ। সমুদ্রসীমা বিরোধ নিয়ে একটি সেমিনারের আয়োজন করে চট্টগ্রাম বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়ের আইন অনুষদ। শিরোনাম ‘দ্যা প্রবলেম ডিলিমিটেশন অফ বাংলাদেশ মেরিটাইম বাউন্ডারীজ উইথ ইন্ডিয়া এন্ড মায়ানমার’।
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Bangladesh-Myanmar sea limits verdict

Bangladesh-Myanmar sea limits verdict

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2012
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Bangladesh-Myanmar sea limits verdict http://www.myanmartalk.com
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ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014   Flash Mob International Maritime Academy IMA   YouTube

ICC World Twenty20 Bangladesh 2014 Flash Mob International Maritime Academy IMA YouTube

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Bangladesh to buy 24 Russian fighter jets

Bangladesh to buy 24 Russian fighter jets

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Bangladesh to buy 24 Russian fighter jets Bangladesh has placed an order to buy 24 Russian Yak-130 light fighter jets worth $800 million, Russian news agency RIA Novosti has reported. When contacted with the Bangladesh foreign ministry, a diplomat also confirmed that the order had been placed. The planes are to be fitted with English-language cockpits and delivery is scheduled to begin next year. The Yak-130 is a lightweight subsonic trainer aircraft designed to replicate the cockpit and handling capabilities of Russia’s more advanced fighters. The plane can also be configured to carry a small payload of ground attack and air-to-air weapons. Bangladesh signed a $1bn defence loan deal with Russia last year to buy arms from the country at a 4.5% interest rate. Meanwhile, IHS Jane defence magazine reported that Russian arms supplier Rosoboronexport originally revealed the Yak-130 order at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition in March 2013. “The aircraft will replace the Aero Vodochody Aerospace L-39 Albatros advanced trainer in Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) service,” it said. According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, for the last 20 years Bangladesh had been maintaining 1% to 1.3% of gross domestic product as military expenditure, and a part of it was used for weapons purchase. Bangladesh, being a $100bn economy, spent about $1.1bn last year on weapons. Two corvettes, one survey ship, eight high-speed boats, a helicopter handling system, an early warning radar system and two marine helicopters had been added to the Bangladesh Navy’s arsenal during the last three years, according to Mid-term Budgetary Framework for 2013-14 to 2017-18. In addition, the procurement process for purchasing the C-704 missile system, QW-2 SAM, OTOMAT MK-II missiles, two large patrol crafts, five patrol crafts and one tanker has been completed. Bangladesh Army has also engaged in a government-to-government contract to procure armoured personnel carriers from Russia. It also procured tanks, self-propelled guns, armoured personnel carriers and other equipment under the same contract. The Army also purchased a weapon-locating radar and a Bell Helicopter during the last three years.
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Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft

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  • Updated: 17 Mar 2017
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Bangladesh wants to buy fighters, helicopters and maritime patrol aircraft Bangladesh has vowed to buy a squadron of new fighters and has resumed efforts to purchase two maritime patrol aircraft. Planning minister A K Khandker, a former chief of air staff at the Bangladesh air force, told the country's parliament that the government plans to buy a squadron of new fighters, plus an air-defence radar system. Khandker says the nation is also in the process of buying two maritime patrol aircraft, as well as two helicopters for peacekeeping missions. The government aims to make all the purchases during the current fiscal year, he adds. Industry sources say Bangladesh's navy issued the maritime patrol tender in 2009, and note that this follows a previous failed attempt launched in 2004. The move to buy new fighters is part of a wider effort to modernise the capabilities of the Bangladesh air force. The service operates relatively old Chinese and Russian-sourced equipment, including 40 Chengdu F-7, Nanchang A-5 and RSK MiG-29 fighters, says Flightglobal's MiliCAS database.
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Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

Maritime Boundary Dispute of Bangladesh with Myanmar

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  • Updated: 28 Feb 2012
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International Maritime Academy TVC-2014

International Maritime Academy TVC-2014

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  • Updated: 20 Oct 2014
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Why not you
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Mig 35 Russia For Bangladesh Air Force

Mig 35 Russia For Bangladesh Air Force

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  • Updated: 09 Mar 2017
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Mig-35 Russia For Bangladesh Air Force ?? issues Tender for 8 Multi-Role Combat Aircraft (MRCA) Seems tailored made for Mig-35 Bangladesh Air Force has issued a tender to procure 08 x Multi-Role Combat Aircraft(MRCA) in the financial year 2017-18 with an option for additional 04 aircraft in future.BAF plans to employ these Fighter aircraft for Air Defence role, Offensive Counter Air Operations role, Anti-Surface Force role and Maritime Air Operations role to assist Bangladesh Army and Bangladesh Navy. A quick look at the tender documents suggests Technical requirements attached with the tender is tailored made for Russia to respond with the recently introduced Mig-35. Tender documents ask for Twin engined fighter aircraft having a ferry range of minimum 2500 km with external drop tank (without air to air refuelling). other requirements are that the aircraft is to be powered by two turbofan engines with a minimum dry thrust of at least 5500 Kg and 8000 Kg with afterburner (each engine). The tender also specifies that aircraft should be equipped with integrated fire control system with Electronic Scanned Array (ESA) or similarly capable airborne multifunction radar with detection range of at least 150 km in air to air mode and 50 km in air to ground mode. What gives out in the tender hints of favour for Mig-35 is that requirements for Infra-Red Search, and Track (IRST), Helmet Mounted Target Designation System (HMTDS) and Optical Locator Laser Station (OLLS). Bangladeshi media too reported that MiG-35 was among the platforms the Bangladesh Air Force would evaluate as part of its modernization plans. According to Mikoyan Mig-35 is drawing a considerable interest from current MiG-29 users and Bangladesh Air Force also operates 8 Mig-29 Multi-role Jet procured from Russia in past and same Mig-35 also has been offered to India. Source : http://idrw.org
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Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters

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Bangladesh Navy Issues Tender For Two Maritime Helicopters Bangladesh Navy (BN) has issued a tender to procure two new maritime helicopters that can be used for anti-submarine warfare (ASW), anti-surface vessel warfare (ASuW), over-the-horizon targeting (OTHT). The navy also wants the helicopter to be used for operations such as maritime search and rescue (MSAR), medical evacuation (MEDEVAC), casualty evacuation (CASEVAC), and Special Forces missions. Moreover, the service is expected to be delivered in coming months. The BN has stipulated that the new helicopters should have provision for 7.62 mm and/or 12.7 mm machine guns (either podded or door-mounted); as well as the ability to carry depth charges, air-to-surface missiles, and torpedoes. The selected platforms are to be inducted in fiscal year 2017, IHS Jane’s 360 reported Tuesday. Further the BN is also requesting training and support. The BN noted that the helicopters should be able to operate in all weather conditions from all of its ships that are equipped with suitable landing decks similar in size or larger than that fitted to the frigate BNS Bangabandhu . The Navy also requires the helicopters should be new-build with proven European or North American avionics, and the type must be fielded by at least two other navies. It should also be twin-engined and fitted with wheels rather than skids. Performance specifications listed by the BN include a cruise speed of at least 120 kt in full ASW configuration (with munitions); a range of 300 n miles without payload (or 200 n miles in its ASW configuration); a service ceiling of at least 12,000 ft; a maximum take-off weight of 6,100 kg; a maximum all-up weight of 4,200 kg; The specifications also iclude a maximum payload of 1,300 kg, an endurance of at least three hours (two hours in ASW configuration), the capacity to carry six passengers plus two crew and should be able to fit into the hangar of BNS Bangabandhu.
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International Maritime Law, the history

International Maritime Law, the history

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  • Updated: 21 May 2014
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How we try to prevent maritime accidents by http://www.maritime-mea.com. A crash course of the history on international maritime rules and regulations , how maritime accidents spawned the different conventions and how these conventions turn into international and national law. The IMO ( international maritime organization) and the origins of conventions like Solas and Marpol are mentioned. But also Class Societies like DNV-GL, BV, Lloyds Register will pass the revue. The video will be displayed on the website of Maritime-MEA including the text.
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UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) Admiral hands over Command

UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) Admiral hands over Command

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“My heart is pounding like the rain today, because I had a very special year, both at the professional and personal level.” This is how Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro, the outgoing Brazilian Commander of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force (MTF) described his feeling as he was passing on his duties to his successor. On 26 February 2014 Rear Admiral Joese De Andrade Bandeira Leandro handed over the command of UNIFIL’s Maritime Task Force to Rear Admiral Walter Eduardo Bombarda aboard the frigate “Liberal” (Brazil) in the presence of Head of Mission and Force Commander Major-General Paolo Serra, representatives from the Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF), along with diplomats and officers from various UNIFIL’s Battalions. “Since the start of its operations in October 2006, the MTF has hailed nearly 56,000 ships and a total of 4,500 ships were inspected by the Lebanese authorities. At the same time, training activities have continued, marked by excellent cooperation between the MTF and the Lebanese Navy,” UNIFIL Force Commander pointed out. Speaking during the handover, Rear Admiral Leandro reflected on the successes during his tenure, “The twenty percent growth of Beirut seaport activities over the last year shows that the Lebanese waters are becoming a safer passage.” “We had a closely knit cooperation with the Lebanese Army, helping them to improve their training skills and capabilities in order to accomplish the important pillar of UN Security Council resolution 1701,” he added, at the same time outlining MTF’s dual mandate of patrolling the sea and training the Lebanese Navy. The outgoing Brazilian Commander thanked all those who contributed to the success of his mission, and to his successor, he said: “Your mission is very significant in the east Mediterranean Sea. I wish you fair winds and following seas!” Speaking after the ceremony, he stressed: “I will leave the mission but not Lebanon; I will come back for sure.” UNIFIL-MTF, the first ever maritime deployment in a UN Peacekeeping Mission, is deployed at the request of the Lebanese Government to assist the Lebanese Navy to help prevent the unauthorized entry of arms or related materiel by sea into Lebanon. MTF has been working jointly with the Lebanese Navy to that end. The MTF performs a dual mandate of carrying out maritime interdiction operations and providing training to the Lebanese Navy. UNIFIL-MTF currently comprises naval units from Bangladesh (2 ships), Brazil (1 ship - Flag Ship), Germany (2 ships), Greece (1 ship), Indonesia (1 ship) and Turkey (1 ship). ---------------------------------------------------------------- Article: Rania Harb Video Editor: Suzane Badereddine Video Camera: Mohamad Hamze Photo: Pascual Gorriz Marcos ----------------------------------------------------------------
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এবার চায়না থেকে আসছে ২টি হেভি মিসাইল ফ্রিগেট Bangladesh Navy New Missile Frigate | Navy BD Ships

এবার চায়না থেকে আসছে ২টি হেভি মিসাইল ফ্রিগেট Bangladesh Navy New Missile Frigate | Navy BD Ships

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Bangladesh Navy New Ship-2017 Update: Two Chinese Navy multirole frigates will be inducted by Bangladesh Navy in 2018. Maybe Type 053H3 or Type 054 are coming to BN. Bangladesh increasing its naval fire power faster to protect total 118,813 square km of sea waters. China helping Bangladesh to build a formidable navy in the Bay of Bengal. Watch more about BN frigate purchase https://youtu.be/_GdQg-tTN4g Bangladesh seeks more modern air-defence frigates and capable littoral combat warships. And those ships should be built locally in Khulna Shipyard and or in Chittagong Dry Dock Limited. This will give commercial off-set to Bangladesh. Like our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/DefenseUpdateBangladesh/ In future Bangladesh Navy will be the second largest powerful navy with large fleet of surface combatants in the South Asia and one of the most powerful in Asia. Naval aviation with Maritime Patrol Aircraft (MPA) and Anti-Submarine Warfare (ASW) is being shaped and sub-surface force started its journey with two chinese submarines. Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DefenseUpdateBD Pin on: https://www.pinterest.com/DefenseUpdateBD/ Visit our Blog at: http://defenseupdatebd.blogspot.com/ reDDit: https://www.reddit.com/user/DefenseUpdateBD/ TumblR: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/defenseupdatebd https://defenseupdatebd.tumblr.com Find an article on: https://medium.com/@DefenseUpdateBangladesh http://defenseupdatebangladesh.wordpress.com And also on: www.linkedin.com/in/defenseupdatebangladesh https://digg.com/u/DefenseUpdateBD http://www.stumbleupon.com/stumbler/DefenseUpdateBD
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