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Hong Kong Based Chinese Warship Carries Out Live-fire Drills In South China Sea

Hong Kong Based Chinese Warship Carries Out Live-fire Drills In South China Sea
Hong Kong Based Chinese Warship Carries Out Live-fire Drills In South China Sea

Hong Kong Based Chinese Warship Carries Out Live-fire Drills In South China Sea

As per South China Morning Post reports, the clip confers the warship of Hong Kong that is being called Huizhou firing Cannons and torpedoes.

The footage also shows military personnel were conducting anti-piracy and anti-terrorism operations. According to the garrison, the important elements of the drill was anti-submarine training. There are two warships in Hong Kong, in which Huizhou is mainly used for coastal defence services purposes.

As per the reports, experts consider that the fire drills were occurred to show the force to frighten independence-leaning forces in Taiwan as it is planning to betterment the relationship with the US. Taiwan considers itself an independent country while China thinks it to be the part of its mainland’s and has pledged to bring it under its force.

Amid this, the relationship between the USA and Taiwan is on its peak. Alex Azar, the US health secretary visited the island last week. Since 1979, it marked the highest-level visit by any American official in Taiwan.

In past years, the deteriorating relationship of Washington with Beijing has brought Taipei and Washington together and the relationship between the duo is getting well.

The government of China sees Taiwan as the breakaway island that should be added to the mainland by force if it is needed. Stay connected with us to get fresh updates from Global News Journal.

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