China dismisses India's concerns on submarine docking

China dismisses India's concerns, submarine docking in Sri Lanka was 'nothing unusual' Dismissing India's concerns over China's influence in the Indian Ocean, China said today that it is not unusual for its naval vessels to dock at Sri Lanka's Colombo Port.China's Defense Ministry said Monday it is a routine practice for its vessels to dock at Colombo port for crew replenishment and refueling after Sri Lanka allowed a second submarine to dock at its main port on Friday."It is an international common practice for navy submarine to stop for refueling and crew refreshment at an oversea port," an official from China's Defense Ministry told China's news agency Xinhua.Submarine Changzheng-2 and warship Chang Xing Dao have reportedly arrived at the Colombo port for five-day visit despite the con...
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