Chinese ship: There is a possibility of increasing tension between India and China

Tensions between India and China are expected to increase. A Chinese research and survey ship is expected to arrive at the Chinese-operated Hambantota port in southern Sri Lanka on August 11. Its stopping time is from 11 to 17 August.

The ship has a crew of 400 people. Also, there is a large parabolic antenna on it and many types of sensors are present. Responding to this development, India has said that it is monitoring the situation.

Col Nalin Herath, Spokesperson of the Ministry of Defense of Sri Lanka said that Sri Lanka fully understands India’s concern as the ship is capable of monitoring military installations but it is a routine exercise. He said, “The naval ships of India, China, Russia, Japan and Malaysia have requested us from time to time, so we have given permission to China.

Sri Lanka said that only when a nuclear capable ship is coming, we can deny permission. It is not a nuclear-capable ship.” He said that China informed Sri Lanka that they were sending the ship to the Indian Ocean for surveillance and navigation. Chinese ship Yuan Wang 5 refueled Sri Lanka for refueling. was requested to grant permission.

Colonel Herath said, “China has told us that they are sending their ship for surveillance and navigation in the Indian Ocean region, its stop time is from 11 to 17 August.

Sources in the Defense Ministry of Sri Lanka said that the Chinese ship is a very capable and advanced naval vessel. Sources say that India is concerned because it is capable of monitoring nuclear power plants and military bases.


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