International Fleet Review: Indian Naval ships head towards China


Indian Navy ships are heading to Qingdao, China to participate in the International Fleet Review (IFR) as part of 70th anniversary celebrations of PLA (Navy) and will reach there on April 21.

Indigenously built stealth guided missile destroyer INS Kolkata and fleet support ship INS Shakti are going to participate. INS Kolkata is equipped with state-of-the-art weapons and sensors to address threats from all directions in a naval warfare.

Besides projecting Indian Navy’s indigenous shipbuilding capability, the participation of the most potent destroyer and versatile fleet support ship will showcase India’s strength in the waters and its reach and sustainability.

INS Shakti, a replenishment ship of the Indian Navy is one of the largest tankers displacing over 27,000 tonnes and capable of carrying 15,000 tonnes  Read More

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