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Russian-Built Frigate INS Teg Prepares to Join Indian Navy

Russian-Built Frigate INS Teg Prepares to Join Indian Navy 09.04.2012
Text: Press service of Yantar Shipyard
Photo: Project 11356 frigate INS Teg. Press service of Yantar Shipyard
Experts of Yantar Shipyard on Apr 7 have finished sea phase of acceptance trials of Project 11356 frigate INS Teg built for Indian Navy.

The frigate's acceptance trials started on March 5, their sea phase took place in the Baltic Sea. All shipboard systems including armaments were tested in the presence of the customer's state commission. INS Teg proved herself to be fully ready for final stage of acceptance trials which started on Apr 9 in the Yantar Shipyard's basin.

According to the acceptance trials program, all what remained is to finish interior premises and present operational documents to the crew. That will be done till Apr 27, when the frigate is to be delivered to Indian Navy.

The solemn handover ceremony of INS Teg to Indian Navy will be held on Apr 27 at Yantar Shipyard. The ceremony will start at 9.15 am on the frigate moored at outfitting quay. The press conference with foreign guests will take place on the ship's heliport at 11 am. Top-ranking Indian diplomats and military officials, directors of United Shipbuilding Corporation, Federal Service for Military Technical Cooperation, and FSUE Rosoboronexport will participate in the ceremony.

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