Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship INS Sahyadri, under the leadership of captain Ashwin Arvind, docked at Tien Sa Port in Da Nang on October 29, beginning its four-day visit to the central city.

The visit is part of the Indian Navy’s activities in the Southeast Asian region.

During their stay, Indian officers and crew members will pay courtesy visits toleaders of Da Nang city, the High Command of the Navy Zone 3 and the HighCommand of Border Guard of Da Nang.

They will also have sportexchange activities and visit several tourist attractions in the city.

Besides, they will exchange professional experience and conduct a jointexercise with the Vietnam People’s Navy.

 

INS Sahyadri is an indigenouslybuilt warship of the Shivalik Class. Inducted into the Indian Navy in 2012, themulti-role stealth frigate, boasts an array of weaponry in her arsenal.

Long range anti-ship missiles, medium and short range surface to air missilesaugmented by powerful guns of different calibres provide a formidable shieldagainst all types of surface and air threats./. VNA

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

Indian naval ship visits Da Nang city

 
 
 
 
 
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