China's naval convoy enters the Suez Canal
www.cnr.cn | 2012-7-31 18:37:46
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China’s visiting naval convoy, comprised of warships “Qingdao”, “Yantai” and “Weishan Lake” of the nation’s 11th naval convoy, enters the Suez Canal under the guidance of Egyptian ship navigators on the morning of July 27. Photo: cnr.cn
China’s visiting naval convoy, comprised of warships “Qingdao”, “Yantai” and “Weishan Lake” of the nation’s 11th naval convoy, enters the Suez Canal under the guidance of Egyptian ship navigators on the morning of July 27. Photo: www.cnr.cn
 
The formation developed a rigorous training program to help sailors master the methods necessary for navigating the canal. Photo: cnr.cn
The formation developed a rigorous training program to help sailors master the methods necessary for navigating the canal. Photo: www.cnr.cn
Located in northeastern Egypt, the Suez Canal starts at Port Tewfik in the south and ends at Port Said. Linking the Red and Mediterranean Seas, the Suez Canal serves as the boundary between Asia and Africa. Photo: cnr.cn
Located in northeastern Egypt, the Suez Canal starts at Port Tewfik in the south and ends at Port Said. Linking the Red and Mediterranean Seas, the Suez Canal serves as the boundary between Asia and Africa. Photo: www.cnr.cn

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