Second Type 054A/P for Pakistan Christened in Shanghai

China delivered the second of four powerful Type 054A/P frigates to the Pakistan Navy on Thursday, highlighting the friendship between the two neighboring countries, which serves as a pillar of peace and stability in the region. The PNS Taimur was commissioned at the Hudong-Zhonghua Shipyard in Shanghai, the Global Times learned from the Pakistan Navy on Thursday. The PNS Taimur…

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Viet Nam Demands China Respect Sovereignty Over Hoàng Sa Archipelago

Spokeswoman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Lê Thị Thu Hằng emphasised the demand that China respect Việt Nam’s sovereignty while replying to reporters’ question about China’s three-month fishing ban in the East Sea, including the waters of Việt Nam, on April 29. “Việt Nam’s stance on China’s fishing ban in the East Sea is consistent and has been asserted…

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Viet Nam, China Finish Joint Sea Patrol

Coast guards of Viet Nam and China completed their joint patrol in the waters adjacent to the demarcation line in the Gulf of Tonkin from April 19 to 21. This was the first such move between the two sides in 2022 and the fourth conducted since a fisheries cooperation agreement in the Gulf of Tonkin waters between Viet Nam and…

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Visit to Djibouti “Contributes to Regional Stability”

PROPAGANDA Foreign media on Tuesday claimed that a Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Navy ship recently docked at the PLA Support Base in Djibouti “for the first time,” in an obvious attempt to hype the “China threat” theory. But analysts said that such a docking would be normal so the PLA vessels that carry out escort missions in the Gulf…

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China Claims US Has Sent Three “Spy Ships” to Their Waters

The US Navy has reportedly deployed three spy ships simultaneously to sensitive waters near China over the past week in a provocative move experts said on Thursday aims to boost its submarine and anti-submarine warfare capabilities against the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA), after the US “acknowledged its shortcomings” with last year’s undersea collision of the USS Connecticut nuclear-powered attack…

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China’s First 10,000-ton OPV Haixun 09 Enters Service

China commissioned its first 10,000-ton class maritime patrol vessel Haixun 09 with the most advanced technologies and strong comprehensive capability on Saturday, and the ship is expected to enhance the country’s maritime traffic governance. As the first such comprehensive command flagship in China’s maritime system operating in deep seas, Haixun 09 has the capabilities of cross-sea safety patrols and emergency…

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China/Russia Maritime Interaction-2021 Ends in Sea of Japan

In the Sea of ​​Japan, the 3-day joint exercise of the Navy (Navy) of the Russian Federation and the Navy of the People’s Republic of China (PRC) “Sea Interaction-2021” has ended. During the practical stages of the exercise in the naval training grounds, the ships of the two countries worked out the tasks of mine defense of ships with the…

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Communists Call Provocations “Southwest of Taiwan Island”

On September 17, the Chinese PLA Eastern Theater Command (ETC) sent its naval and air forces, including warships, airborne early warning (AEW) aircraft and bombers, to conduct the combined cordon and patrol, as well as realistic combat drills in the sea area and airspace to the southwest of the Taiwan Island, said Army Senior Colonel Shi Yi, spokesperson for the…

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