US strategic B-52 bomber flew over the islands of China in the South China Sea

Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook said that the US strategic bomber B-52s flying around artificial islands created by China in the South China Sea. “We’re flying the B-52 in international airspace in this part of the world all the time. As I understand it, was one such flight, not sure exactly when it occurred. Chinese managers were trying to establish contact with him, but the plane continued its flight,” - Reuters quoted Mr. Cook.

As reported by “Kommersant”, relations between the US and China deteriorated sharply after the US warship was sent to the construction of China’s artificial islands. Last week, Beijing reacted harshly to stay USS Lassen in the area of ​​the Spratly archipelago. The archipelago is one of the largest in the South China Sea, it is the cause of one of the most serious territorial disputes in the world. His rights to the archipelago said China, Taiwan, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia and Brunei.

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