China Times: Chinese aircraft carriers put to sea ahead of possible Pelosi visit to Taiwan Amid reports of a possible visit by Pelosi, two Chinese aircraft carriers moved to sea. The day before, the United States also deployed a group of ships to the Taiwan area
China's aircraft carrier Liaoning (left), file photo
Chinese aircraft carriers “Liaoning” and “Shandong” left the ports of Qingdao and Sanya and put to sea amid a possible visit by US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to Taiwan, China Times reported.
It is not clear whether the ships are heading to the Taiwan Strait area or will take part in military exercises; however, their nomination speaks of an intensification of the military confrontation between China and the United States in the region, the newspaper writes. and landing craft, Nikkei Asia reported.
The transfer of equipment takes place against the backdrop of a visit to Asia by a delegation of US congressmen led by Pelosi. It was officially announced that they would visit Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and Japan. However, CNN has learned that Pelosi may be staying overnight in Taiwan.
The Chinese authorities have said that Pelosi's possible visit would undermine relations between the two countries. Beijing has privately warned the Biden administration of potential military implications, sources told the Financial Times.
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Amid reports of a possible visit by Pelosi to the airport of Taiwan's capital, Taipei, a threatening letter was received, writes United News. An unknown person said that he would install “three explosive devices” at the airport to prevent the arrival of the Speaker of the US House of Representatives.
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