Vietnam and the Thailand Navy held a joint patrol, cross ship formation, and then visited Tai.

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 Vietnam and the Thailand Navy held a joint patrol, cross ship formation, and then visited Tai.


The captain of the 264 people of the Vietnamese peoples Navy area five sent out a flag signal to carry out the greeting ceremony (HelloASEAN). (source: Vietnam peoples military newspaper network) The South China Sea news network, April 24, according to the 24 reports, according to Yue Tong, two days in April 20th and 21st, the Vietnamese peoples Navy No. 264 and 265 ship formation and the Thailand Royal Navy two zone 432 and 525 ship formation in the adjacent waters of the two countries held thirty-seventh joint patrols. The report said that, in the 6 joint patrols up to 400 nautical miles, the Vietnamese naval vessel formation held the HelloASEAN ceremony of the ASEAN countries naval vessels meeting at sea, and carried out the CUES of the Western Pacific Navy. The two naval ship formations also held joint maritime search and rescue exercises, and carried out related activities according to the cooperation content signed by both sides. According to a previous report by the Chinese news network, the fourteenth Western Pacific Naval Forum (WPNS) held by the Chinese navy in April 2014 was held in Qingdao, China, with the presence of naval leaders from more than 20 countries from the Western Pacific. At the meeting, the member states unanimously considered and adopted the sea accident encounter rules (CUES). As a standard operating procedure, the document is designed to provide operational examples and guidance for naval ships and aircraft in each member country when they are accidentally met at sea, in order to prevent maritime risks and reduce the probability of accidents at sea. The Vietnam and Thailand analysis pointed out that the success of the thirty-seventh joint marine patrols in Vietnam and the United States helped to enhance mutual understanding and mutual trust between the two military forces, contribute to the maintenance of peace and facilitate the legitimate and stable operation of the two ships in the adjacent waters. The report also said that after the thirty-seventh maritime joint patrol ended, the Thailand Navy formation has guided the Vietnamese Navy formation to Songkhla port. The Vietnamese Naval Formation made an official visit to the Thailand Navy in from April 22nd to 25th. Source: overseas web editor: Zhang Haitong _NN9053 According to a previous report by the Chinese news network, the fourteenth Western Pacific Naval Forum (WPNS) held by the Chinese navy in April 2014 was held in Qingdao, China, with the presence of naval leaders from more than 20 countries from the Western Pacific. At the meeting, the member states unanimously considered and adopted the sea accident encounter rules (CUES). As a standard operating procedure, the document is designed to provide operational examples and guidance for naval ships and aircraft in each member country when they are accidentally met at sea, in order to prevent maritime risks and reduce the probability of accidents at sea. The Vietnam and Thailand analysis pointed out that the success of the thirty-seventh joint marine patrols in Vietnam and the United States helped to enhance mutual understanding and mutual trust between the two military forces, contribute to the maintenance of peace and facilitate the legitimate and stable operation of the two ships in the adjacent waters. The report also said that after the thirty-seventh maritime joint patrol ended, the Thailand Navy formation has guided the Vietnamese Navy formation to Songkhla port. The Vietnamese Naval Formation made an official visit to the Thailand Navy in from April 22nd to 25th.