US aircraft carrier strike group enters South China Sea


According to Hong Kong’s “east net” news on the 5th, the US aircraft carrier Nimitz strike group sailed into the South China Sea from the Indian Ocean last night (5th).
Hong Kong “east net” news, the U.S. aircraft carrier Nimitz strike group last night (5) from the Indian Ocean into the South China Sea. According to sources, the strike group composed of the Nimitz aircraft carrier, the aegis cruiser Princeton and the aegis destroyer strey recently ended its deployment in the Middle East and set out to return home via the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean. According to the latest ship tracking information, Nimitz passed through the Strait of Malacca and sailed into the South China Sea via Singapore.
“East net” said it was not known whether the carrier strike group would join the attack group of the aircraft carrier Roosevelt, which left Guam on the 4th, to launch a “double carrier” operation in the region.
Just yesterday, the US missile destroyer “John McCain” broke into China’s Xisha territorial waters without the permission of the Chinese government on the 5th. Commander Tian Junli, spokesman for the southern theater of the Chinese people’s Liberation Army, later said that the southern theater of the Chinese people’s Liberation Army organized sea and air forces to track and monitor and warn them to drive away. The spokesman stressed that the US military’s action is a consistent tactic of its navigation hegemony and misleading “mixed manipulation” by public opinion, seriously violating China’s sovereignty and security, seriously undermining regional peace and stability, and deliberately disturbing the good atmosphere of peace, friendship and cooperation in the South China Sea. China has indisputable sovereignty over the South China Sea Islands and their adjacent waters. No matter how the situation in the South China Sea changes, the theater forces always maintain a high state of alert and resolutely safeguard national sovereignty and security and peace and stability in the South China Sea.