Indian media: India sent warships to the South China Sea in June and closely monitored the Chinese navy

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 Indian media: India sent warships to the South China Sea in June and closely monitored the Chinese navy


According to the report, the Indian Navys trip to the South China Sea is very low-key, trying to avoid exposure to the media spotlight. During this period, Indian warships collected the whereabouts of warships of other countries in the sea area, and maintained continuous contact with us naval vessels through the secure communication system. At the same time, the Indian Navy has also strengthened patrols against the Malacca Strait and all routes of the Chinese Navy entering the Indian Ocean, and plans to urgently purchase and deploy autonomous underwater vehicles and other unmanned systems and sensors to closely monitor the activities of the Chinese navy in the Indian Ocean.

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