U.S., Chinese navy chiefs to discuss South China Sea: U.S. official




 
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U.S., Chinese navy chiefs to discuss South China Sea: U.S. official
 
October 29th, 2015  
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U.S., Chinese navy chiefs to discuss South China Sea: U.S. official
The U.S. chief of naval operations and his Chinese counterpart will hold an hour long video teleconference Thursday, days after Beijing was angered by a U.S. warship's patrol within a 12-mile limit around a man-made Chinese island in the South China Sea, a U.S. official said. The meeting was initiated by both Admiral John Richardson and Admiral Wu Shengli to discuss recent operations in the South China Sea and naval ties between the two countries, the official said. It will be the third video teleconference held between a U.S. naval operations chief and the Chinese equivalent.




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