Vessels of Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force visit Da Nang

Thứ Tư, 06/03/2019, 20:04

Two training vessels of the Japan Maritime Self-Defence Force arrived at Tien Sa port on March 6, beginning a visit to the central city of Da Nang.

JS Setoyuki and JS Shimayuki ships, carrying 390 officers and sailors, dock at Tien Sa port in Da Nang city.
Japanese training vessel JS Setoyuki docks at Tien Sa port.
Japanese training vessel JS Shimayuki docks at Tien Sa port
Japanese crew members are welcomed at Tien Sa port
 During their stay in Da Nang, they are set to pay courtesy calls to the city’s leaders and the Military Region 5 High Command
They will also take part in a volleyball exchange with officers and soldiers of the Naval Region 3 High Command, and join Vietnamese naval soldiers in military music performances at the Trung Vuong Theatre 
The JMSDF vessels pay the visit amid the increasing enhancement of Vietnam-Japan relations, including defence ties
The visit is one of the activities realising the recent agreements between the two countries’ leaders so as to develop bilateral defence cooperation in a result-oriented manner
The trip is scheduled to last until March 9