Chinese warships patrolling contested waters in South China Sea PETALING JAYA: Press in China recently reported that the China’s Armed forces had sent warships to patrol the South China Sea with its personnel taking oaths to protect the sovereignty of their nation. The report by China Military Online, showed a picture of armed forces members from three warships from the South China Sea Fleet of the Navy of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLAN) at a sovereignty oath taking ceremony on Sunday morning. The three warships named ‘Changbai Mountains’, ‘Haikou’ and ‘Wuhan’ was seen forming a triangle at the waters of the Zengmu Reef, while the officers lined up and held a sovereignty oath-taking and signing ceremony on the rear decks of the warships.

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PETALING JAYA: Press in China recently reported that the China’s Armed forces had sent warships to patrol the South China Sea with its personnel taking oaths to protect the sovereignty of their nation.

The report by China Military Online, showed a picture of armed forces members from three warships from the South China Sea Fleet of the Navy of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLAN) at a sovereignty oath taking ceremony on Sunday morning.

The three warships named ‘Changbai Mountains’, ‘Haikou’ and ‘Wuhan’ was seen forming a triangle at the waters of the Zengmu Reef, while the officers lined up and held a sovereignty oath-taking and signing ceremony on the rear decks of the warships.

 

Read more: http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Nation/2014/01/31/Chinese-warships-patrolling-contested-waters-in-South-China-Sea/

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