U.S. Navy: China rejected two recent requests by U.S. warships to visit Hong Kong

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 U.S. Navy: China rejected two recent requests by U.S. warships to visit Hong Kong


Lieutenant Colonel Christensen said: The United States Navy has been visiting Hong Kong port for a long time, and we hope that this situation will continue. For the reasons for refusing to visit Hong Kong, we recommend that you seek further information from the Chinese government.

The Green Bay is currently part of the Amphibious Guard Group (ARG) of the Hornet, carrying about 700 Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa. The Amphibious Guard Brigade of the Hornet recently completed the Army Dagger-2019 exercise in Australia. It is worth mentioning that the Chinese Navys electronic reconnaissance vessel also monitored the exercise. Lake Erie, a missile cruiser based in San Diego, California, is currently deployed to the Seventh Fleet. Last October, China refused the entry of the US Hornet (LHD-1) amphibious assault ship into Hong Kong. Geng Shuang, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, said in response to questions on the matter in October last year that China has been examining and approving such requests on a case-by-case basis in accordance with the principle of sovereignty and specific circumstances. Source: Author of Observer. com: Editor-in-Charge of Wang Shichun: Su Honghong_NBJ9980

The Green Bay is currently part of the Amphibious Guard Group (ARG) of the Hornet, carrying about 700 Marines from the 31st Marine Expeditionary Force in Okinawa. The Amphibious Guard Brigade of the Hornet recently completed the Army Dagger-2019 exercise in Australia. It is worth mentioning that the Chinese Navys electronic reconnaissance vessel also monitored the exercise. Lake Erie, a missile cruiser based in San Diego, California, is currently deployed to the Seventh Fleet.

Last October, China refused the entry of the US Hornet (LHD-1) amphibious assault ship into Hong Kong. Geng Shuang, spokesman for the Chinese Foreign Ministry, said in response to questions on the matter in October last year that China has been examining and approving such requests on a case-by-case basis in accordance with the principle of sovereignty and specific circumstances.