KARACHI: In Sri Lanka’s economic crisis, following China, the Pakistan Army is stationing its ships there.
China’s activities in South Asia continue to stir up excitement. First, on the issue of Taiwan, while the US commander was there, the war drills took place.
Next turned to Sri Lanka. A warship belonging to China is coming towards Sri Lanka even after asking Sri Lanka not to come.
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In this context, the next controversial event is that a warship belonging to Pakistan is also going to Sri Lanka. The ship was originally scheduled to go to Chattogram port in Bangladesh. However, as Bangladesh has refused permission for this, the military ship belonging to the Pakistan Navy is now on its way to Sri Lanka.
This military ship was built by China. The warship, built by China and supplied to Pakistan, is due to dock in Colombo next week. While the Sri Lankan government was already asking for an indefinite delay in the arrival of the Chinese spy ship coming to Hambantota port due to strong opposition from India, now on the other hand a Pakistani military ship is heading to Sri Lanka.
Earlier this ship was supposed to go to Bangladesh port first. However, due to some reasons, Bangladesh did not give permission for this ship. Only then Sri Lanka gave permission for this. Built by China, this warship has state-of-the-art facilities. The warship is equipped to launch laser-guided missiles.
The frigate Timur is expected to reach Karachi on August 15, which was built at Dong Port in Shanghai, China. En route, the warship also participated in exercises in Malaysia and Cambodia. The ship is manned by Pakistan Navy personnel from a Chinese shipyard.
The Taimur frigate is the second of four class frigates built for the Pakistan Navy. While the first ship was delivered to Pakistan last January, the other two ships are being built in China. It is one of the most advanced warships in the world.
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Earlier it was reported that the Chinese-owned ship Yuan Wang 5 was docked at Hambantota port. India too strongly opposed the arrival of the Chinese warship. Because even though China claims the ship is a surveillance ship, it can monitor missile activity. It is worth noting that Sri Lanka asked for an indefinite delay in the arrival of the military ship following strong opposition from India.
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Story first published: Friday, August 12, 2022, 10:20 [IST]
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