New Zealand naval ship visits Da Nang hinh anh 1Royal New Zealand Navy ship, HMNZS TE KAHA (Source:

Da Nang (VNA)
- The Royal New Zealand Navy ship, HMNZS TE KAHA carrying 27 officers and 150 sailors on board docked in central Da Nang city’s port on April 12, starting its five-day friendship visit to Vietnam. 

The ship and crew members were welcomed by representatives of the municipal Department of Foreign Service, the Military Zone 5, the Naval High Command and relevant agencies, and those from the New Zealand Embassy in Vietnam.  
Before reaching the port, the guest ship joined vessels of the Vietnam People’s Navy for a number of activities relating to communications and operation performance at sea.
During the stay, the officers and sailors are scheduled to pay courtesy visits to leaders of the municipal People’s Committee, the Military High Command Zone 5 and the Naval High Command Zone 3.

They will also play sports with Vietnamese naval officers and soldiers; take part in several social activities; and visit tourism and historical sites in the city.-VNA