The guided-missile frigate Weifang of the 33rd Chinese naval escort taskforce under the PLA Navy successfully escorted eight fishing boats of to the designated sea area in waters west of the Gulf of Aden at 4 p.m. on January 6.
The 32nd Chinese naval escort taskforce consisting of the guided missile destroyer Xi'an, the missile frigate Anyang and the comprehensive supply ship Gaoyouhu attached to the PLA Navy returned to its homeport in Zhoushan in east China's Zhejiang Province on the morning of October 29.
The 33rd fleet from the Chinese PLA Navy on Thursday left the port city of Qingdao in east China's Shandong Province for the Gulf of Aden to escort civilian ships.
Chinese missile destroyer "Xi'an" of the 32nd Chinese naval escort fleet arrived at the port of Alexandria Naval Base of Egypt on Friday for a four-day technical stop.
The 31st fleet of the Chinese PLA returned to Zhanjiang City of south China's Guangdong Province on Friday after completing more than seven months of escort missions in the Gulf of Aden and waters off Somalia.
For the past decade, a message that reads "We are the Chinese Navy escort fleet, please call us on channel 16 if you need help" has always been broadcasted in both Chinese and English to passing ships on the Gulf of Aden.
On the evening of April 14, two ships from the 31st Chinese naval escort taskforce to the Gulf of Aden successfully escorted four Chinese fishing ships to safe waters after a voyage of more than 500 nautical miles.
China's 32nd convoy fleet to the Gulf of Aden and Somali waters set sail from a military port in Zhoushan, East China's Zhejiang Province on Thursday, the People's Liberation Army Navy official WeChat account announced that same day.
In 2008, a naval graffito was left by a country on the harbor embankment in Djibouti. Since then various navies including the Chinese Navy have followed suit.
A Chinese naval escort fleet, composed of three vessels, arrived in Manila on Thursday for a five-day friendly visit to the Philippines, according to the Chinese Navy.
On January 2nd, 2019 (local time), the 31st Chinese naval escort taskforce successfully escorted three foreign ships including the "Hexu Huanle" into the safe zones in western Gulf of Aden .
On the morning of December 24, the 31st Chinese naval escort taskforce arrived in the waters at the eastern Gulf of Aden as scheduled after an uninterrupted voyage of 15 days and nights, where it met the 30th escort taskforce.
The 31st fleet from the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy has left the port city of Zhanjiang in south China's Guangdong Province for the Gulf of Aden and waters off Somalia to escort civilian ships.
A Chinese naval fleet of three warships returned to a naval base in Zhoushan, on Thursday after ending escort missions in the Gulf of Aden and Somali waters.
The 30th Chinese naval escort taskforce set out for the Gulf of Aden and the waters off Somali from a naval port in Qingdao of east China's Shandong Province on Monday morning to carry out the escort mission.
The 28th Chinese naval escort taskforce made a technical stop at Port of Tanjung Priok, Jakarta, Indonesia, from July 26 to 29.
The guided-missile frigate Binzhou (Hull 515) of the 29th Chinese naval escort taskforce arrived at the Port of Brest in France and started its three-day technical stop on July 2, 2018.
Recently, the guided-missile frigate Xuzhou of the 29th Chinese naval escort taskforce sent medical staff to offer assistance to two ships escorted by them, the Chinese merchant ship "Zhenhua 25" and fishing vessel "Fuyuanyu 8666".
The 28th Chinese naval escort taskforce left the Port of Simon's Town, Cape Town, South Africa, on Monday morning after a four-day friendly visit.
The guided-missile frigate Xuzhou of the 29th Chinese naval escort taskforce that was on its escort mission carried out a simulate drill of sending special operations soldiers to rescue hijacked merchant ship in western Gulf of Aden on the morning of June 24, 2018.