China sends professional ocean salvage ships to Nansha to stand by, Ministry of foreign affairs responds


China sends professional ocean salvage ships to Nansha to stand by, Ministry of foreign affairs responds

Original Title: China dispatches a professional marine salvage vessel to Nansha to be on duty. Life at sea is at stake, and salvage should not be absent.

According to the public number of the office of the Ministry of foreign affairs, a reporter asked at a regular press conference in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on July 30th. It was reported that the South China Sea Rescue Bureau of the South China Sea Rescue Bureau of the Ministry of transportation and transportation had been stationed in Spratly Islands. This round will provide assistance to distress vessels and provide various kinds of maritime rescue services. Can you make a further introduction to the situation?

Geng Shuang said that a few days ago, China dispatched a professional marine salvage ship "South China Sea rescue 115" to Nansha on duty on standby duty. The ship is one of the most advanced search and rescue ships in China. It is equipped with a variety of professional equipment such as life search and rescue, medical aid, emergency towing, marine fire fighting, oil spillage, seal leakage and diving rescue and so on. It has the characteristics of strong ability to adapt to sea condition and quick response to emergency treatment.

Mr. Geng said, as China has repeatedly stressed, the Chinese reef construction of Nansha, its foothold and starting point, is not only to improve the living conditions of the people in the island, to deal with the threat from the maritime security, but also to strengthen the civil function and provide civil and international public service for the region.

Geng Shuang stressed that maritime life should not be absent. As the largest coastal country in the South China Sea, China and China are practicing their own obligations and commitments with practical actions. They also hope to work together with other countries in the region to jointly promote maritime search and rescue cooperation and benefit the people of all countries.


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