British aircraft carrier moves deep into the East Sea

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British aircraft carrier moves deep into the East Sea 2
British aircraft carrier moves deep into the East Sea 2

The Drive page cites satellite images from the European Space Agency (ESA), the US Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the US Geological Survey (USGS) showing the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and other aircraft.

Previously, the Queen Elizabeth battle group on July 26 passed through the Singapore Strait and entered the East Sea, rehearsing with three warships of the Singapore Navy in international waters south of this area.

The alleged location of the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and China’s Shandong on August 28.

Satellite images also show that China’s Shandong aircraft carrier strike group is south of Hainan Island, about 580 nautical miles (about 1,074 km) from the British aircraft carrier’s location.

He once announced the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier’s voyage through the East Sea before this warship and the combat group of the same name began their first deployment.

The Queen Elizabeth battle group includes the aircraft carrier of the same name, destroyers HMS Diamond and HMS Defender, corvettes HMS Northumberland and HMS Kent, Astute-class nuclear submarine, two logistics ships RFA Tideforce and RFA Fort Victoria,

British aircraft carrier moves deep into the East Sea

British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth and Dutch corvette HNLMS Evertsen during exercises with the Singapore navy on July 26.

Commenting on the move to deploy an aircraft carrier group to the East Sea, Colonel Nguyen Minh Tam, former Director of the Center for Scientific Documentation, People’s Public Security Political Academy, told VnExpress on July 24 that `although

`First is maritime traffic, a field that any maritime country has, especially a maritime power like the UK,` Mr. Tam said.

`British companies also hold a large market share in the fields of maritime services, aviation, tourism, securities and own high-tech manufacturing factories. Those are British economic interests in the region.

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