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A British Naval Vessel Visit Cambodia

HMS Spey (P234), a Batch 2 River-class patrol vessel of the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy, has been on a five-day visit in Cambodia from Feb. 13 to 17 to strengthen the bonds of friendship, solidarity, and cooperation between the Cambodian and British na…

HMS Spey (P234), a Batch 2 River-class patrol vessel of the United Kingdom’s Royal Navy, has been on a five-day visit in Cambodia from Feb. 13 to 17 to strengthen the bonds of friendship, solidarity, and cooperation between the Cambodian and British navies.

The naval ship led by captain Mike PROUDMAN docked at Sihanoukville Autonomous Port in Preah Sihanouk province this morning.

With a total of 67 crewmembers on board, HMS Spey (P234) is 90.4 metres long, 13.5 metres wide, 4.3 metres deep and weighs 2,000 tonnes.

During the visit, both sides will conduct joint exercises on firefighting, emergency water retention, etc. and participate in friendship sports competitions.

Source: Agency Kampuchea Press