Chinezen patrouilleren voor kust Venezuela en Suriname?

Chinezen patrouilleren voor kust Venezuela en Suriname?

Voor de kust en in de Suriname rivier werd afgelopen week de GJM928 gespot. Volgens marinetraffic is de GJM928: ‘a Military Ops and is sailing under the flag of China. Her length overall (LOA) is 398 meters and her width is 60 meters.’

Volgens geruchten zou dit Chinees militaire schip naar Suriname zijn gegaan om de Amerikaanse vloot te stoppen, die patrouilleert voor de kust van Venezuela en Suriname.

De Amerikaanse president Donald Trump kondigde begin deze maand aan marineschepen te sturen naar Venezuela om daar te strijden tegen de drugshandel.

 759 total views,  6 views today

Een antwoord op “Chinezen patrouilleren voor kust Venezuela en Suriname?”

  1. Dear Hans

    I am Christiana Ladopoulou, Customer Support Agent at MarineTraffic and I will be assisting you with your inquiry
    regarding the vessels you have noticed.

    Please allow me to inform you that, as you may know, warships such as combat vessels, military vessels, etc often transmit invalid data (for example 10 vessels can use the same “fake” MMSI) or they may change their name and turn off their AIS transponders, as well as report invalid/fake positions, in order to serve their military purposes. Additionally, warships may even “temporarily borrow” another vessel’s MMSI number, for the same reasons. This explains the assets that have appeared in the area and their MMSI numbers. This is a phenomenon that is not uncommon in regard to warships and vessels with similar activities. It is also possible that the above are test transmissions from such vessels.

    I hope this helps clarify things.
    Should you need anything else, please do not hesitate to ask.
    I will be more than happy to assist you.

    Kind Regards,

    Christiana Ladopoulou

Geef een reactie

Het e-mailadres wordt niet gepubliceerd. Vereiste velden zijn gemarkeerd met *