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Four countries and 11 ships in the East China Sea. Will China dare to move?

By Defence View

Entering 2021, especially after Biden officially took office as President of the United States, the United States’ start taking major action against China” aggression. According to Chinese experts-The United States is no longer limited to fighting alone in the past period of time. Instead, it has begun to unite a large number of its allies.

China has issued provocations and threats. From the current point of view, the United States has teamed up with the G7 group countries, the Five Eyes Alliance countries, and NATO countries to send its own maritime forces to push forward. Although in the past, these surface ships are mainly active in China. In the South China Sea, there are signs that the four countries headed by the United States have sent 11 surface ships to the East China Sea, showing their fierce fangs.

According to Japanese media reports, 11 surface vessels from four countries, including the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force, the Royal Australian Navy, the U.S. Navy, and the French Navy, have gone to the East China Sea for training. During this period, the Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force and the French Navy used two helicopter carriers, including the Maritime Self-Defense Force’s Ise helicopter destroyer and the French Navy’s amphibious assault ship Raiden, are quite clear in terms of the location and participating countries.

In addition to the gathering of 11 surface ships from 4 countries in the East China Sea, the RQ-4 Global Hawk UAV and MQ-4C Poseidon UAV deployed at the Anderson Air Force Base in Guam on the second island chain some time ago was also in mid-May.

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