Chinese navy Qi Jiguang ships arrived in Brunei for a friend

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Brunei Mora, September 27 (Yang Yi Liming), the Chinese navy Qi Jiguang, who carried out the voyage internship mission, arrived at the first stop of Bruneiora port on the morning of the 27th local time and began to conduct work on Brunei. A three-day friendly visit. This is the first time that Qi Jiguang’s ship arrived in Brunei after entering the country. It is also the seventh visit of Chinese naval vessels to Brunei.
On September 20th, the Chinese Navy's new training ship, Qi Jiguang, carried 517 naval students and officers and men, set off from a military port in Dalian, Liaoning Province, and carried out voyage internship missions and visited Brunei, East Timor, Papua New Guinea, New Zealand, Fiji, etc. In the Asia-Pacific countries, this is the second time that Ji Jiguang has carried out the voyage internship mission after being listed.
At 8:30 in the local time, the Ji Jiguang, which was flying the Chinese national flag, slowly berthed at the 4th and 5th berths of the Mora Port. Chinese Ambassador to Brunei, Yu Hong, Wu Jun, Chinese Embassy in Brunei, and embassy staff, Chinese overseas Chinese and representatives of Chinese-funded institutions, Colonel Nizam, commander of the Brunei Navy Fleet, concierge, military band, naval officers Wait for more than 300 people to meet at the dock.
During Brunei’s visit, Yu Wenbing, political commissar of the Royal Naval Academy of Dalian, will visit the Royal Armed Forces of Brunei, Aminan, and the commander of the Navy, Osman, to visit the Military Museum of the Royal Armed Forces of Brunei. Visiting officers and soldiers and accompanying ship interns will visit the Brunei Navy patrol ship, conduct professional exchanges and sports exchanges with the Brunei Navy officers and soldiers, and participate in the beach environmental protection public welfare activities with the Chinese Embassy in Brunei.
In addition, Qi Jiguang Ship will also hold a deck reception to open the tour to the Brunei military, local citizens, Chinese overseas Chinese, and Chinese-funded institutions, and conduct communication exercises with the Wenfang warships.
Founded in 1973, the Port of Mora is the largest port in Brunei, located in the northern part of Kalimantan, on the edge of Brunei Bay, facing the island of Mora, a circular waters surrounding the island of Mora.