Duterte tours Chinese destroyer Chan Chung

/ 04:52 PM May 01, 2017
The Chinese replenishment ship at SasaWharf in Davao City —PHOTO BY PHILIPPINE NAVY

The Chinese replenishment ship, one of the three Chinese ships in the Philippines for a goodwill visit, docks at the Sasa Wharf in Davao City —PHOTO BY THE PHILIPPINE NAVY

DAVAO CITY – President Duterte on Monday afternoon toured one of the ships of the Chinese navy docked for a goodwill visit here.

Mr. Duterte and some Philippine defense officials were given a tour by Chinese naval and diplomatic officials inside the Chinese guided destroyer Chan Chung (DDG-150) off Sasa port.


The warship of the People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) and two other naval vessels are in Duterte’s hometown for a two-day visit until May 2 (Tuesday). SFM/rga



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