China, Russia Dispatch Naval Vessels To Track USS Carl Vinson To Korean Peninsula
16 April, 2017
Video has been released allegedly showing a mass military mobilization in Vladivostok, Russia, just eight miles from the border with North Korea, as the world edges towards war
As The Express reports, the dramatic move, unconfirmed by the Russian government, was spotted by residents in the border city and posted on social media.
According to the reports, a military convoy of eight surface-to-air missiles, part of Russian Air Defence, were on the move.
It appears that both countries aim to probe the movements of the United States, which is showing a stance of not excluding military action against North Korea. The Self-Defense Forces are strengthening warning and surveillance activities in the waters and airspace around the area, according to the sources.
The aircraft carrier strike group, composed of the Carl Vinson at its core with guided-missile destroyers and other vessels, is understood to be around the East China Sea and heading north toward waters near the Korean Peninsula.
The dispatch of the intelligence-gathering vessels appears to be partly aimed at sending a warning signal to the United States.
Yonhap reports that the USS Carl Vinson is expected to reach South Korea's east coast by April 25th.