Russia calls sending warplanes to monitor US warships and US ships performing high-speed escape

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 Russia calls sending warplanes to monitor US warships and US ships performing high-speed escape


The U.S. Navy has previously said that the McCampbell missile destroyer passed near the Bay of Peter the Great near the Russian coastal border on December 5, deploying bases for the Russian Navys Pacific Fleet.

Major General Igor Konashenkov said: In fact, the USS McCampbell missile destroyer is not close to Russian territorial waters, and it is still more than 100 kilometers away from the nearest time. In addition, the Russian Pacific Fleet Admiral Tributz large-scale anti-submarine vessel carried out close-range and full-range follow surveillance of the USS McCampbell as it passed through international waters, and the Pacific Fleet Naval Air Force aircraft also took surveillance photos of it.

Konashenkov pointed out that the McCampbell passed near the base of the Russian Pacific Fleet did demonstrate its ability to flee Russian ships at high speed.

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