Chinese Survey Ship Returns to Disputed Waters Claimed by Vietnam

Poster:Post date:2019-08-15
Region:(Regional Issues)
Issue:(South China Sea Disputes),(Regional Issues)
(Al Jazeera, By Staff Writer) A Chinese survey ship, accompanied by Chinese coastguard vessels, has reentered disputed South China Sea territory that is claimed by Vietnam. The move is part of the month-long tension between Vietnam and China over the presence of the survey vessel near the Spratly islands. Vietnamese ships are closely monitoring the Chinese vessel as it moves within Vietnamese-claimed waters. <Accessed 2019-08-17>  
Last modification time:2019-08-18 PM 12:06

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