Overseas Chinese: The Chinese naval fleet to see majestic pride
Chinese navy destroyers and other equipment, unveiled a new maritime parade
It Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, April 26 – comprehensive Xinhua News Agency correspondent reports: 23 People’s Liberation Army Navy in the waters near Qingdao, successfully held the first international marine parade . Overseas Chinese and Chinese students, said China’s strong and powerful Chinese navy proud.
“to see the majestic Chinese naval fleet, my mind very excited and proud!” Worked hard for ten years doing business in Russia, the Chinese Li Zonglun the Xinhua News Agency, told reporters. Li Zonglun business not only in Moscow, the Chinese also actively involved in civil society activities, as Russian Association for Promoting Peaceful Reunification of China vice chairman. Li Zonglun said: “When we see China’s nuclear submarines and advanced naval flag hanging from the bright ocean ride, see the dashing naval soldiers in review, the strong sense of pride in my heart was light.”
Chinese students in Belgium, said the parade at sea the Navy has so many countries to participate fully demonstrates the Chinese Navy’s idea of ??a “harmonious sea” concept has been the recognition of foreign navies, demonstrating China ‘to and for your “idea that China will unswervingly follow the road of peaceful development and determination.
studying international relations at the College of Europe’s Master Tang Sands said, without a strong country, there is no strong navy, marine parade make this a success is particularly encouraging overseas students. She said: “The great motherland will always be our students the spirit of his most important pillar of our overseas students most want to see things.”
Law of the Sea in the Ghent University PhD student Liu to rule that the People’s Navy is building a strong national security and economic development. China is a country with 18,000 km coastline maritime country, 90 percent of foreign trade is carried by sea transport, “the development of the Navy is to protect our national interests.”
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