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Rear Admiral Saw Shi Tat, Republic of Singapore Navy visits INS Teg at Djibouti

Rear Admiral Saw Shi Tat, Republic of Singapore Navy visits INS Teg at Djibouti

| @indiablooms | 17 Jul 2018, 12:23 pm

New Delhi, July 17 (IBNS): A delegation led by the Commander Combined Task Force (CTF 151), Rear Admiral Saw Shi Tat, Republic of Singapore Navy, visited INS Teg (presently berthed at Djibouti harbour) on 16 Jul 18.

During the interaction, various aspects of anti-piracy operations including CTF 151 modus operandi were discussed.

"The Indian Ambassador to Ethiopia, Anurag Srivastav, and Nalin Kothari, Consulate General, Djibouti also visited the ship at Djibouti harbour on       16 Jul 18," read a government statement.

The Ambassador walked around the ship and was given a presentation on IN activities and operations in Gulf of Aden. Subsequently, the ship’s Ops Team had an interaction with the Ambassador on the growing strategic importance of Djibouti and the growing interest of other navies in the region.


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