A patrol of four China Marine Surveillance ships reached Huayang Reef in the South China Sea on Sunday.

The CMS vessels set sail on June 26 from the coastal city of Sanya, in South China, to conduct regular patrols in the South China Sea. The ships are expected to travel more than 2,400 nautical miles (4,500 km) during the patrols.

Li Yongbo, team commander, spoke with Chinese officers stationed on the reef while the vessels passed through the area.

Huayang Reef is a coral reef in the Nansha Islands.

SOURCE: China Daily

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