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Xi sends terrifying tank convoy to Taiwan’s doorstep as West takes eye off ball – VIDEO

Chinese language President Xi Jinping has surprised Western observers by asserting an sudden set of navy drills near Taiwan. China’s navy wing, the Folks’s Liberation Military, began holding “live-fire” workout routines on Saturday. Earlier, footage emerged of convoys of armoured automobiles being despatched to Pingtan within the Fujian Province, which sits simply 125 kilometres from Taiwan.

Fiorella Isabel, a geo-political analyst, posted a video of dozens of armoured automobiles, together with navy tanks, being moved by rail to the area.

She tweeted: “China’s having live-fire navy drills close to Pingtan in Fuzhou within the Jap Fujian province, shifting troops & armored automobiles to territory closest to Taiwan.

“That is because the US seems to insist on sending a delegation w Home Speaker Pelosi to Taiwan, regardless of China’s warnings.”

The workout routines might be carried out each on land and at sea.

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Video additionally shared on social media confirmed live-fire artillery missiles being fired off the coast reverse Taiwan as a part of the drills.

Nonetheless, the announcement from the PLA gave no indication as as to whether Saturday’s train additionally would possibly embrace missiles, fighter planes or different weapons.

The assertion learn: “Stay ammunition might be fired between 8am and 9pm and any entry (into these waters) might be prohibited.”

The tensions between the US and China over Taiwan have escalated in latest weeks as Beijing repeatedly warned Speaker Nancy Pelosi towards plans to go to the island.

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