Journal : Global Times (Chinese) Date : Author : NA Page No. : NA
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The New Delhi TV website of India stated on August 30 that sources disclosed that shortly after the Sino-Indian border conflict broke out in June, the Indian Navy not only strengthened the deployment and daily patrols of the Andaman-Nicobar Islands, but secretly dispatched naval ships to the South China Sea.

According to the report, the Indian Navy’s South China Sea trip was very low-key and tried its best to avoid exposure to the media. During this period, Indian warships collected the whereabouts of warships of other countries in the sea area and maintained continuous contact with US Navy ships through their secure communication system. At the same time, the Indian Navy also stepped up patrols in the Malacca Strait and around the various routes of the Chinese Navy into the Indian Ocean It plans to urgently purchase and deploy autonomous underwater vehicles and other unmanned systems and sensors to closely monitor the Chinese Navy’s activities in the Indian Ocean.

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