The officials said the Chinese Navy's research ship was forced to leave the area as it had not sought permission to come there.
With this agreement, India along with Bangladesh, Myanmar and Thailand will cover the whole Bay of Bengal region.
The regional Met office issued a warning saying the squally wind of 100 km per hour with gust up to 135 km per hour is likely to hit Sunderbans and the Bay of Bengal.
The very severe cyclonic storm is very likely to weaken gradually and move northeastwards and cross West Bengal - Bangladesh coasts as a severe cyclonic storm.
The system is likely to move west-northwestwards and concentrate into a depression over east-central Bay during the subsequent 48 hours.
For the next 24 hours, the IMD has issued a warning of heavy to very heavy rain in Rayalaseema.
Ten ICG ships have been deployed for locating the fishing boats and rendering assistance to stranded fisherman in affected areas.
The low-pressure area, formed over the west-central Bay of Bengal, is likely to intensify into a depression by Thursday night, the Meteorological Centre here said.
Heavy rains and thunderstorm activity are likely to continue for the next 24 hours at many districts of Coastal Andhra Pradesh.
The second edition of Indian Navy and Bangladesh Navy Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT) has commenced in northern Bay of Bengal.
A low pressure area over the north-west Bay of Bengal is likely to trigger light to moderate rainfall or thundershower activity at several places in the State till Friday.
The district headquarters towns of Balangir and Bhawanipatna were worst hit due to incessant rainfall for the last two days with major parts of the two urban areas remaining under water.
The advisory said advance arrangements may be made for providing adequate food, safe drinking water, lighting, health and sanitation facilities at all shelters/relief camps.
As on Monday, the actual monsoon rains in the state remained close to the normal value.
After three days of incessant rains, parts of Odisha will experience dry conditions for next three days, met officials informed on Friday.