first_imgBack to overview,Home naval-today INS Sahyadri Pays Visit to Da Nang, Vietnam INS Sahyadri Pays Visit to Da Nang, Vietnam Authorities View post tag: Da Nang Indian Naval Ship Sahyadri has arrived at Da Nang, Vietnam, on a four day visit as part of operational deployment to South China sea and North West Pacific region.The visit of INS Sahyadri is aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and enhancing inter-operability between navies of the two countries. Indian warships had last visited Hai Phong, Vietnam in August 2014.During the stay in harbour, various activities aimed at enhancing cooperation and interaction between the two navies are planned. These include official calls and interaction with dignitaries of the Vietnamese government and the Vietnamese Peoples’ Navy (VPN), reception onboard INS Sahyadri, onboard visits by local populace, guided tours for Indian naval personnel and professional interaction between personnel of both the navies. On departure, the ship is planned to exercise with Vietnamese Naval ships for improving interoperability in communication as well as Search and Rescue procedures.On departure from Da Nang, the ship will proceed to participate in the International Fleet Review at Sagami Bay in Japan.INS Sahyadri is an indigenously built warship of the Shivalik Class. Inducted into the Indian Navy on July 21, 2012, the multi-role stealth frigate has various weaponry in her arsenal and the capability to carry two integral multi-role helicopters. INS Sahyadri is presently being commanded by Captain Kunal Raj Kumar.[mappress mapid=”17080″]Image: Indian Navy View post tag: asiacenter_img View post tag: Vietnam Share this article View post tag: INS Sahyadri October 2, 2015last_img read more