New Delhi, Oct 24: Indian Naval Ship Sahyadri, currently on operational deployment to North West Pacific region and South China Sea in pursuance of India’s ‘Act East’ policy, entered South Korean port Incheon on Friday.
It is likely to remain docked there till October 27.
The visit of INS Sahyadri is aimed at strengthening bilateral ties and enhancing inter-operability between navies of the two countries.
INS Sahyadri is an indigenously built warship of the Shivalik Class.
Inducted into the Indian Navy on July 21 in 2012, the multi-role stealth frigate, boasts of an impressive array of weaponry in her arsenal. Long range anti-ship missiles, medium and short range surface to air missiles augmented by powerful guns of different calibres provide a formidable shield against all types of surface and air threats.