China sends three Russian Varshavyanka submarines to intercept British aircraft carrier

The PRC Navy sent three Russian submarines to intercept the British aircraft carrier group.

After provocations organized by NATO near the Chinese borders, the PRC naval command decided to send three Russian submarines of the Varshavyanka project to intercept US and British warships, believing that Russian diesel-electric submarines would best cope with the task of intercepting the AUG, and in case of provocations, they may well attack the ships of the Navy of Great Britain and the United States.

At the moment, the submarines of the PRC Navy sent to the meeting with the British AUG have already entered the waters of the Taiwan Strait and are closely monitoring the ships of a potential enemy. Given the information provided by Chinese state television, Great Britain does not create any provocations, although the appearance of an aircraft carrier strike group here is definitely connected with an attempt to take very serious steps, which, by the way, will not be tolerated in Beijing.

"If Great Britain tries to pull off a trick off the coast of the People's Republic of China by analogy with the invasion of Russian territorial waters by the destroyer Defender, China will immediately attack the ships, and, obviously, without any warnings, since Beijing has already warned London about the grave consequences of any provocations.", - the expert marks.

At the moment, the situation in the region, although tense, is relatively calm.

They will tear their carrier group into a British flag.

That was the last Chinese warning. Then there will be the very last.

Probably not sent by Russian submarines, but produced in Russia.

Write more. Heyzhe wonder if the shaves will risk annoying the Celestial Empire. Let's see the difference between C and Pu :)



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