Giamela, a Type 061G Type 065E-class submarine built in 2014 by Japan, was built by India under contract with the Japanese government.
In February, the Indian Navy awarded the contract to a company based in Dubai, which was to be called Seawolf, and the submarine was to enter service in 2023.
The submarine was supposed to replace the aging Type 062B Type 071D.
But in December, India said that it would cancel the contract with Japan and instead focus on building a new, more powerful submarine, known as the Seawald, that would be designed and built by Japan’s Type 067 class of submarines.
India and Japan were expected to finalize the contract in March.
The India-Japan submarine deal is the latest example of how the United States and Japan are trying to expand their commercial partnerships.
The two countries have been developing the U.S. Navy’s new submarine fleet, which includes the new Type 063 and Type 064 submarines, the newest submarines from Japan and the Japanese-built P-3 and P-4 aircraft carrier-class submarines.
Both India and the United Kingdom are seeking a larger fleet of submarines in the 2030s.
A Japanese government source said in an interview that India was going to build five submarines in 2019.
The Seaward will have an underwater speed of 17 knots and carry a guided-missile capability.
It is designed to operate from the Persian Gulf to the Arabian Sea, and will have a crew of up to 1,000 sailors, according to the Indian Ministry of Defense.
The Japanese submarine’s designer is Haruko Yoshida, a professor at the University of Tokyo and a former chief designer of Japan’s nuclear submarine program.
She has worked on many other submarine projects in the past.
The new submarine, called the Seahound, is a more powerful variant of the Type 066 submarine.
The Type 068 class of nuclear-powered submarines is designed and manufactured by Japan.
The P-2 class of underwater ballistic missiles was also a submarine project.
The US Navy’s submarine development plan, which the Defense Department announced in April, calls for the construction of the next-generation submarine fleet in 2028.
The goal is to have the first submarine operational by 2029.
India plans to build the first Type 069 submarine, with the capability to operate at speeds of 23 knots and carrying a nuclear-armed ballistic missile, by 2030.
The Navy’s first submarine in 2035 is planned to be built by the Navy’s Fifth Fleet in India.
The Indian Navy’s next submarine is expected to be in the Navy Reserve in 2019 and be completed by 2021.
The next Type 070 submarine is scheduled to be delivered in 2019, according the Navy.
The last submarine in the Japanese fleet is scheduled for delivery in 2020.
The Pentagon and the Navy say the new class would complement the existing fleet.
India is also building a Type 007 class of sea minesweepers.
The first Type 006 submarines were built in the 1990s by the South Korean government.
The United States has two nuclear- powered submarines in India: the Type 011, which is the first nuclear-capable submarine in service, and Type 004, which will replace the Type 005 and Type 014 submarines that were built during the 1980s and 1990s.
India has also ordered eight Type 060 subs from Japan, including four that were previously built by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
The Japan-based Mitsubumi Heavy Industries has built two submarines that could be used to ferry troops and supplies to the South China Sea.
Japan’s Maritime Self Defense Force said on Saturday that the Japanese submarines, which have a range of between 4,000 and 6,000 nautical miles, will be used for anti-submarine warfare, maritime patrol and maritime surveillance.