Warships Discussed English and Japanese

By | 13/09/2021

Warships Discussed English and Japanese – Talking about warships, surely you can guess what they are used for. Use of warships is for the war against the enemy and the crimes that occur. Then what are discussed by the UK and Japan?

1. Britain deepens security ties with Japan in Asia Pacific

The planned high-level visit by the carrier strike group comes as London deepens security ties with Tokyo, which has expressed growing concern in recent months about China’s territorial ambitions in the region, including Taiwan.

“Following on from the initial deployment of the strike group, the UK will permanently deploy two ships in the region from the end of this year,” British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace said in a joint announcement with his Japanese counterpart, Nobuo Kishi.

Kishi also revealed a statement after holding talks with Wallace.

“We reaffirm our shared position that we firmly oppose attempts to change the status quo by force, and the importance of a free and open Indo-Pacific based on the rule of law,” he said.

Kishi also revealed that upon their arrival in Japan, the aircraft carrier Queen Elizabeth and her escorts would separate to visit separate ports at US and Japanese naval bases along the Japanese archipelago.

2. The US responds to British statements regarding the deployment of warships

Washington also responded to the statement regarding the deployment of the warship. A Pentagon spokesman congratulated Britain on its “commitment to an interconnected network of allies and partners who work together and support freedom of navigation and a rules-based order in the Indo-Pacific region.”

A close US ally, Japan hosts the largest concentration of US military forces outside the United States, including ships, aircraft, and thousands of marines.

The British carrier, carrying F-35B stealth jets on its maiden voyage, will dock at Yokosuka, the command headquarters of the Japanese fleet and the USS Ronald Reagan, the only forward-deployed US carrier.

Later, the Queen Elizabeth aircraft carrier was escorted by two destroyers, two frigates, two support ships and ships from the US and the Netherlands.

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3. The UK will also deploy a Littoral Response Group

When asked which port Royal Navy ships will operate from, a spokesman for the British Embassy in Tokyo said British ships would not have a permanent base.

The two ships deployed by Britain will later come to Japan via the South China Sea, which is partly claimed by China and other Southeast Asian countries, with stops in India, Singapore and South Korea.

Wallace said Britain would also eventually deploy the Littoral Response Group, a unit of marines trained to carry out missions including evacuation and counter-terrorism operations.

As is well known, China claims sovereignty over large parts of the South China Sea, angering its regional neighbors and sparking further protests including from the US government. His claim over the so-called ‘nine-dash line’ has also been dismissed by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague as without legal basis.