India’s new advanced Talwar frigates to arrive by 2022 after payments clearance

The Indian Navy is likely to get its first two advanced Talwar class frigates by 2022, following clearance of payments and key material procurements that will enable Russia’s Yantar Shipyard to commence full-scale work on the warship.India’s new advanced Talwar frigates to arrive by 2022 after payments clearance

The contract for new frigates – two of which are to be made by Yantar Shipyard and two by Goa Shipyard – was signed in October last year and technical work on the design has commenced. The advanced frigates will feature an indigenous surface surveillance radars, the HUMSA NG hull mounted sonar and the Brahmos anti shipping and land attack missiles.

“Yantar Shipyard will deliver the two ships to the Indian Navy by 2022 as per the plans. We will also take an active part in the implementation of the next part, that is to make two more ships from scratch at the Goa shipyard. Read More

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