Mission Sagar – II: Indian Naval Ship Airavat carrying food aid for people of Eritrea reaches Port Massawa

In continuation of the continuous philanthropic mission ‘Sagar-II’, Indian Naval Ship Airavat showed up at Port Massawa, Eritrea today. 

India giving help to Friendly Foreign Countries to defeat normal catastrophes and COVID-19 pandemic and towards similar INS Airavat is conveying food help for the individuals of Eritrea. 

The Mission Sagar-II is lined up with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of SAGAR and repeats India’s situation as a trustworthy accomplice in Indian Ocean Region with Indian Navy as the rule sea office and person on call in the sea area. 

The mission likewise features the significance agreed by India to relations with her sea neighbors and further reinforces the current bond. 

The Indian Navy is advancing this mission in close coordination with the Ministries of Defense and External Affairs, and different offices of the Government of India. 

INS Airavat is indigenously manufactured and was authorized on 19 May 2009. The boat’s essential job is land and/or water capable activities and is likewise appropriate for compassionate help and debacle alleviation tasks.