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Khulna Shipyard lays keel for five more Padma-class patrol vessels for Bangladeshi Navy
Bangladeshi Navy said that a keel-laying ceremony for the 50.4 m-long vessels, had been held the previous day at the company's facilities in Khulna. The ceremony was attended by Admiral Aurangzeb Chowdhury, the BN's chief of naval staff, among others.
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