Countries design security measures in the Persian Gulf

China, the world's largest oil importer, considers sending navy ships to the Persian Gulf to protect their commercial vessels in order to combat "insecurity" situations in the region. The information is from the Chinese ambassador to the United Arab Emirates, Ni Jian, to the Reuters agency.

Meanwhile, the United States is attempting to raise ample international support to escort oil tankers in the Gulf after a wave of recent attacks recently occurring. However, to date, only the United Kingdom has manifested itself favorably to the measure of Americans. The country's support took place after a UK oil vessel was seized by Iran in July.

In addition to these, South Korea would also be preparing to send a naval unit to the Strait of Ormuz in the Persian Gulf to help protect the movement of tanker ships.

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