China's Hardware Export To Pak Worries Navy Chief
Millennium Post Delhi|November 26, 2021
India is closely watching the naval cooperation between Pakistan and China, says Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh

MUMBAI: China is exporting a lot of military hardware like ships and submarines to Pakistan and it will affect security dynamics in the region, Navy chief Admiral Karambir Singh said on Thursday.

The Indian Navy has to be prepared for this development, he said, adding India is closely watching the naval cooperation between Pakistan and China.

A lot of hardware is being exported to Pakistan from China, like ships and submarines. This will affect a lot the security dynamics here. We have to be prepared for this, Admiral Singh said.

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