China President congratulates Sea Scientists

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Saturday thanked Chinese scientists for completing a crab project, which involves a depth of 10,909 meters in the Mariana Trench, in the Pacific Ocean. The new property of the city “Fendouzhe,” which means “strong man” in China, has completed the mystery. He returned to Port Nanshan in Sanya City, South China Hainan Province at 8:30 pm BJT died Saturday. In a letter of appreciation, Xi said the project reflects China’s full potential in the field of modern technology. He also thanked them profusely and expressed his deep gratitude to the most powerful scientists in the field of deep research and science. Xi encouraged scientists and researchers to make greater contributions to China’s development, as well as understanding, security and the use of human resources. Fendouzhe project was launched in 2016, with some of the best engineers in China as well. Since October 10 this year, 13 small boats have been submerged in the Mariana Trench, with eight at depths of more than 10,000 meters. On November 10, the ship sank to a depth of 10,909 meters at the Mariana Trench, a new record for deep-sea work in China. The previous record was 10,058 meters set on Oct. 27, by the same boat in a hole.

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