A clandestine Chinese fleet of 340 ships is in Peru and is approaching Chile to prey on its maritime resources
It is the same that invaded the coasts of the Galapagos Islands, endangering its marine fauna. The ships turned off their tracking systems to avoid detection
A clandestine fleet of Chinese origin is heading to the coasts of Chila with the mission of preying on its maritime resources, according to a statement by Oceana, an organization dedicated to monitoring the seas with a presence throughout the world. According to that NGO, this group of ships is the same one "that invaded the coasts of the Galapagos Islands, endangering their marine fauna."
In addition, the fishing boats turned off their monitoring systems to avoid detection, which highlights the illegal and clandestine actions of this parallel navy owned by the Chinese regime.