Chinese military ship docks at Sri Lanka port despite Indian concern | The World

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Security concerns have been raised after Sri Lanka allowed a Chinese research ship to dock at a port in the country’s south. While the vessel was welcomed by local officials, some media have described it as a “dual use spy ship” . Dr Rajni Gamage from the Institute of South Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore tells The World China has tried to allay India’s fears over the ship’s presence.

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