India, China Navies Stop Suspected Somali Pirate Attack In Gulf Of Aden


A Chinese navy ship supported by an Indian navy helicopter thwarted an attack by suspected Somali pirates on a Tuvalu-flagged merchant ship, India’s defence ministry said on Sunday.

The ship, known as OS 35, was reported to be under attack on Saturday.

The Indian defence ministry said four of its navy ships in the vicinity responded to a distress signal from the ship and reached the bulk carrier early on Sunday.

It said the crew had taken refuge in the ship’s strong room, know as the citadel, once they learnt they were under attack in line with established safe shipping operating procedures. Read More…

 

Credit By : jagran.com

 

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