Indian Navy’s INS Teg Docks in Port Victoria, Seychelles

Indian Navy’s stealth frigate INS Teg, during its deployment in the South Indian Ocean, has docked in Port Victoria, Seychelles, for a port visit.

The vessel arrived today, June 26, and will depart the port on July 9. The visit is a part of the vessels’s mission to carry out joint EEZ surveillance in the Seychellois EEZ in areas selected by Seychelles Coast Guard, with SCG personnel embarked onboard.

INS Teg is also carrying items required for maintenance of SCG ships. A technical team of the ship will be providing necessary assistance for minor defect rectification on various SCG ships. Additionally, the ship’s team would visit the Missionaries of Charity Old Age Home at Anse Etoile to interact with the inmates as well as provide medical support and other assistance.

INS Teg is a state-of-the-art guided missile frigate of the Indian Navy and is based at Mumbai. With a displacement of 4000 tons and speed of 30 knots, she is armed with the latest weapons and is capable of accomplishing a wide variety of missions.

Image: Indian Navy

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