Xinhua News Agency, Nanning, November 24 (Yu Xiaoquan, Ni Zichun) The Hanzhong and Guangyuan ships of the Chinese Navy formed a formation with Vietnamese naval ships in the Beibu Gulf on the 24th to carry out the 33rd China-Vietnam joint patrol in the Beibu Gulf and organize a joint search and rescue exercise. .
At 8 o'clock in the morning, the joint patrol fleet of China and Vietnam formed a double horizontal team and began patrolling along the Sino-Vietnamese maritime demarcation line in the Beibu Gulf. During this period, the fleets of the two sides strengthened information sharing, and notified each other of information elements such as hydrometeorology, sea and air conditions in patrolling sea areas, and formation heading and speed. At about 12 o'clock, the Chinese and Vietnamese naval formations organized a joint search and rescue exercise as planned.
The 2-day joint patrol is the 33rd joint patrol after China and Vietnam signed the "China-Vietnam Naval Joint Patrol Agreement in the Beibu Gulf" in 2005. "The first joint patrol since then.
(Editors in charge: Zhao Guangxia, Yue Hongbin)
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