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Russian, Chinese and South African Warships Docked in Cape Town Harbor Put on a Good Show

The visiting warships from China and Russia, along with South Africa’s own vessels, were open to the public in Cape Town harbor for the past few days before they head out to sea for joint naval exercises that begin today.

The African News Agency produced a photo essay of the public enjoying access to the ships and highlighting the important public relations role these ships perform.

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