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In U-turn, Sri Lanka allows Chinese vessel to dock from August 16-22

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Sri Lanka’s harbour master, Nirmal P Silva, has told the AFP News Agency that the Foreign Ministry has cleared for the Chinese Naval vessel to call at Hambantota. The Chinese Mission in Colombo was informed that the vessel could be in Sri Lanka subject to the caveat that they keep the Automatic Identification System (AIS) on.
2 months ago·Sri Lanka

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In U-turn, Sri Lanka allows Chinese vessel to dock from August 16-22

South Asia News: COLOMBO/NEW DELHI: Sri Lanka allows docking of Chinese research ship at Hambantota port from Aug 16-22 Colombo: The Sri Lankan government said on Satu.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Times Now NewsTimes Now News

Sri Lanka grants permission to Chinese research vessel to dock at Hambantota Port from August 16

Yuan Wang 5, China’s ballistic missile and satellite tracking ship, was scheduled to dock at Hambantota port from August 11 to 17. However,the Harbour Master of the Sri Lanka Ports Authority (SLPA) said that the ship did not arrive at the Hambantota port port as planned.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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The Hindu Business LineThe Hindu Business Line

Sri Lanka clears arrival of Chinese vessel on August 16

While Sri Lanka’s Foreign Ministry said the decision was taken “in light of certain concerns raised with the Ministry”, it stopped short of naming India in its statement

2 months ago·New Delhi, India
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Chinese naval vessel allowed to enter Sri Lanka.

Sri Lanka's harbour master, Nirmal P Silva, has told the AFP News Agency that the Foreign Ministry has cleared for the Chinese Naval vessel ‘Yuan Wang 5’ ship to call at Hambantota. An official statement by the Sri Lankan Foreign Ministry dated 13 August says, “On 12 August 2022 the Embassy of the People’s Republic

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