Russian-built Frigate for Indian Navy

Rianovosti
Monday, March 05, 2012
INS Teg: Photo credit Yantar Shipyard

First of three frigates built by Yantar Shipyard, Kalingrad to be delivered soon

Frigate INS Teg has passed state trials. Second frigate for Indian NavyINS Tarkash – is under mooring trials, the third ship – INS Trikand – is being completed at the yard. Each ship will be handed over to India at  half-yearly intervals.

Yantar has been building frigates for the Indian Navy since 2006.


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