Source: People's Navy
On the morning of June 8, the navy Qi Jiguang successfully concluded its goodwill visit to Brunei and set off for the Philippines.
At 9 a.m. on the same day, the Wen side held a grand farewell ceremony at the Mora Port wharf. More than 200 people, including Chinese Ambassador to Brunei Xiao Jianguo, Military Attache Dai Qilin, Embassy leaders and staff, representatives of Chinese-funded institutions, representatives of overseas Chinese, and representatives of officers and soldiers of the Brunei Navy, were seen off at the pier. After the Qi Jiguang left the pier, it arrived at the designated sea area to join the Brunei Darussalam and jointly carry out the sailing exercise.
After visiting Brunei, our mission commander called on Colonel Sulif, acting commander of the Royal Navy of Brunei, attended a welcome luncheon hosted by Lieutenant Colonel Azrin, Chief of Staff of the Royal Navy, visited the Royal Military Museum, the University of Brunei, and the ships of the Royal Brunei Navy, held a sports friendly competition with young officers and soldiers of the Brunei side, and participated in public welfare activities on the beach environmental protection. At the Civilian Naval Training Center, the two sides conducted in-depth exchanges on the training of naval personnel of the two countries Chinese.
During the berthing period, Qi Jiguang organized five ship opening activities, and nearly 1,000 people, including young librarians of the Chinese Embassy in Brunei, the Brunei military, local citizens, overseas Chinese, and personnel of Chinese-funded institutions, boarded the ship to visit.
On the evening of the 5th, the Qi Jiguang ship was lit up with lights and held a grand deck reception, which was attended Chinese more than 200 people from both sides. At the reception, Chinese officers and soldiers brought martial arts and classical dance performances to the guests.
On the morning of the 6th, Princess Masna and her wife of Brunei boarded the ship to visit and exchange, accompanied by Ambassador Xiao Jianguo and military attache Dai Qilin. After visiting the ship, the princess said: "China and Brunei are close neighbors, trusted friends and partners for common development across the sea, and I hope that the two sides can continue to deepen cooperation in the future." ”