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The Philippines, the Vietnam Navy are playing games on the contested island of the South Korean Sea



The Philippine and Vietnamese navies spend their afternoon friends in the Philippine occupied northeastern lake in Spratlis

Published 23:38, November 15, 2018

Updated 11:38, 15 November 2018

COMRADES. Members of the Philippine and Vietnamese navies who played volleyball on the contested island. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

COMRADES. Members of the Philippine and Vietnamese navies who played volleyball on the contested island. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

MANILA, Philippines – It was a good visit that began with symbolic handling. On the Philippine island of South China Sea, on Saturday, November 10, the Philippine and Vietnamese navies played games on behalf of society.

A total of 63 Vietnamese troops traveled to the northeast of Cai in Spratlis on the invitation of the Philippines. It was a "return visit" in line with the Vietnamese gesture in 2017, when they called the Philippines to the neighboring southeastern bay. These are called "two islands".

Boats played volleyball, football, fire, racing, potija race and fallen sebo. The Philippine Navy shares photos.

FRIENDLY. Officers of two navies. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

FRIENDLY. Officers of two navies. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

COMPETITION. Event in pots race. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

COMPETITION. Event in pots race. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

MEALS. Officers of two navies share meals. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

MEALS. Officers of two navies share meals. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

PULL. Tug-o-war event. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

PULL. Tug-o-war event. Photo courtesy of the Philippine Navy

"This is limited by cultural performances that emphasized the spirit of sport, friendship, better understanding, socializing and cultural exchanges between the two navies," Commodore Rommel Jason Galang, commander of the Western Navy Force, said.

"The Philippine Navy and the Vietnamese human interaction of Navy personnel provide space for the expansion and maintenance of good relations between the two navies," he said. – Rappler.com


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