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Chinese naval fleet starts friendly visit to Philippines - Xinhua;

Chinese naval fleet starts friendly visit to Philippines - Xinhua

XinhuaChinese naval fleet starts friendly visit to PhilippinesXinhuaDAVAO, The Philippines, April 30 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese naval fleet has begun a three-day friendly visit after arriving Sunday at Davao City in the southeastern region of The Philippines. It is the first time for a Chinese naval fleet to visit Davao ...and more »

3 Chinese warships dock in Davao - Inquirer.net;

3 Chinese warships dock in Davao - Inquirer.net

Inquirer.net3 Chinese warships dock in DavaoInquirer.netDAVAO CITY—Three Chinese warships docked here on Sunday, in a sign of improving relations between China and the Philippines. The “goodwill visit” of the Chinese Navy vessels comes a week after the Russian Navy sent a missile cruiser, the Varyag, ...and more »

'Era of cooperation' gets boost - The Standard

'Era of cooperation' gets boostThe StandardDAVAO CITY—Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua said that the Philippines—China relationship has entered an “era of cooperation” following the visit of President Rodrigo Duterte in China last year and the warm welcome received by the ...and more »

CHINESE WARSHIPS ARRIVE IN DAVAO - The Manila Times

CHINESE WARSHIPS ARRIVE IN DAVAOThe Manila TimesChang Chun (DDG 150), a guided-missile destroyer; Jin Zhou (FFG 532), a guided-missile frigate; and Chao Hu (890), a replenishment ship from China's People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy Task Group 150 were warmly welcomed by military and local ...and more »

Chinese envoy says visit of 3 navy ships to boost PHL-China relations - Northbound Philippines News Online;

Chinese envoy says visit of 3 navy ships to boost PHL-China relations - Northbound Philippines News Online

Northbound Philippines News OnlineChinese envoy says visit of 3 navy ships to boost PHL-China relationsNorthbound Philippines News OnlineDAVAO CITY – Chinese Ambassador to the Philippines Zhao Jianhua said the visit here Sunday of three Chinese navy ships will further strengthen relations between the Philippines and China. Zhao led the ceremony for the arrival of the three vessels of ...and more »

3 Chinese naval ships dock in Davao - Manila Bulletin;

3 Chinese naval ships dock in Davao - Manila Bulletin

Manila Bulletin3 Chinese naval ships dock in DavaoManila BulletinThe spokesman of the Department of National Defense (DND) said goodwill visits to the country by Chinese ships are excellent confidence building measures that will go a long way in fostering good relations between the two countries and reduce tension ...and more »

Chinese warships arrive in Davao City after ASEAN Summit - Rappler;

Chinese warships arrive in Davao City after ASEAN Summit - Rappler

RapplerChinese warships arrive in Davao City after ASEAN SummitRapplerWARSHIP. In this file photo, guided missile destroyer Chang Chun is ready to depart from a naval port in Zhoushan, Zhejiang on March 24, 2014. File photo from Chinese National Defense Ministry website. MANILA, Philippines – A day after the Association ...and more »

Chinese warships dock in Davao City - ABS-CBN News;

Chinese warships dock in Davao City - ABS-CBN News

ABS-CBN NewsChinese warships dock in Davao CityABS-CBN NewsMANILA -- (UPDATED) Three Chinese warships docked in President Rodrigo Duterte's hometown of Davao City on Sunday. The ships were a Chinese frigate, a guided missile destroyer, and a replenishment ship.and more »

Chinese naval contingent docks at Sasa Wharf - Philippine Star;

Chinese naval contingent docks at Sasa Wharf - Philippine Star

Philippine StarChinese naval contingent docks at Sasa WharfPhilippine StarThe three naval vessels of the China People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy Task Group 150 arrived in Sasa Wharf, Davao City Sunday. Philstar.com / File. MANILA, Philippines (Philippines News Agency) — The three naval vessels of the China People's ...and more »

Chinese naval contingent now in Sasa Wharf - Sun.Star;

Chinese naval contingent now in Sasa Wharf - Sun.Star

Sun.StarChinese naval contingent now in Sasa WharfSun.StarMANILA -- The three naval vessels of the China People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy Task Group 150 arrived Sunday, April 30, in Sasa Wharf, Davao City. The goodwill visit of these ships started Sunday and will end on Tuesday, May 2. Lieutenant Jetmark ...and more »

Chinese warships to visit Davao Sunday - Rappler;

Chinese warships to visit Davao Sunday - Rappler

RapplerChinese warships to visit Davao SundayRapplerMANILA, Philippines – Three Chinese naval vessels will arrive at Sasa Wharf, Davao City on Sunday, April 30, for a 3-day goodwill visit. The Philippine Navy said on Thursday, April 27, that a welcome ceremony and a port briefing will be conducted upon ...and more »