A Portsmouth-based minehunter has been on a goodwill visit to Algeria.
HMS Cattistock, heading NATO’s Standing Naval Mine Counter-Measures Group 2, visited the country where she hosted NATO and Algerian Officers.
While in the country’s capital, visiting officers were offered a capability demonstration as well as a presentation on NATO’s maritime role.
Away from the formalities, NATO personnel also played the Algerian Military Football Team and were treated to a traditional Algerian feast at the Military Academy.
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