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Aviation Britain by the Russian Admiral Kuznetsov. Video

Авиация Великобритании сопровождает российский Адмирал Кузнецов. ВидеоThe British military is closely monitoring the passage of the Russian aircraft carrier near their territorial waters.

In the Internet appeared the video, which depicted British naval forces and aircraft escorted the Russian aircraft carrier Admiral Kuznetsov through the English channel. The corresponding video is published on YouTube.

It is noted that the carrier follows from Syria, where he participated in the military operations, to the shores of Russia. It should be noted that the military group of the Russian Federation is not removed from Syria, but the “Admiral Kuznetsov” “written off” due to technical problems that regularly occurred during his Syrian campaign.

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In turn, the British defence Secretary Michael Fallon previously said the Russian aircraft-carrying cruiser “Admiral Kuznetsov” the ship of shame and warned that Britain watching his every move on the route home.

Recall that a naval group headed by aircraft-carrying cruiser “Admiral Kuznetsov” came to the fore of the Murmansk region on 15 October 2016. During the transition into the Mediterranean sea from the pipe carrier was thick dark smoke that caused ridicule military equipment.

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During operations in Syria, “Admiral Kuznetsov” has lost two fighters – MiG-29 and su-33. The accident was explained by the failure of cables, which should stop the aircraft on the deck.

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