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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Chinese destroyer ship (Jinan) at Mumbai Harbour anchorage for four days

Type 052C (Luyang-II) class DDGLuyang-II Class guided-missile destroyers (Jinan) of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy is at Mumbai harbour anchorage on Monday morning. The Chinese Naval vessel will be going alongside berth likely at Mumbai Port Trust on Tuesday.

The vessel is going to stay in Mumbai for the next four days. The destroyer ship reached Mumbai harbour after completing its term of anti-piracy patrol at Gulf of Eden.

"The PLA Navy vessel was on anti-piracy patrol and shall be leaving for Salalah from Mumbai on July 24. The Chinese destroyer ship reached Mumbai harbour on July 20," said an Indian Navy official.

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